What Is a Rolling Contract?

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A rolling contract is a type of contract that covers a span of 12months or more and is renewed annually for the initial period after a favourable review is given.
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A rolling contract is a contract which continues automatically unless it is ended. This contract may also continue to an agreed period of notice or time before one is told that the contract is over rather than a specific date.
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