Here is the sentence I'm trying to understand:
"Your contract and verbal agreement are hereby terminated sixty days after service upon you of this notice or as of November 26th, 2017, whichever is later.
So are they saying that the contract is terminated 60 days after service of the notice OR (sixty days) as of November 26th whichever is later. Or that it is terminated November 26th? I would think that they are saying that it is 60 days after service or 60 days after November 26th, whichever is later. If November 26 was going to be the last day, wouldn't it have to come before the "OR" i.e. - are hereby terminated as of November 26th or as of sixty days after service upon you of this notice.
When I ask around, it seems to be split down the middle on what it means, half the people I ask say 60 days after November 26 the other half say November 26th is when it ends...how does this sentence work? What is it stating?
Thank you in advance for the help on this.