These clauses are present in many consumer contracts and are particularly common in service, distribution and delivery contracts such as gym subscriptions, home security systems, landscaping services and subscriptions to magazines or other subscriptions. All is well, while the parties continue to agree to do business, but consumers are often stuck with a service or product they no longer want or use and cannot terminate until the next deadline, which can range from a few months to years. It is therefore advisable to be cautious when it comes to Evergreen clauses. The frequency of the recurring warning depends on the purpose. A warning to check in detail a particular evergreen contract can be repeated every year. Note that there is an expiration date (two years after execution). This is still a clause of Evergreen, given that the contract simply continues indefinitely after it expires. One would expect this contract to contain clear termination clauses that will allow each party to terminate the contract in the future. . .