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When does work need to be paid for regarding contract termination?

Question Details: My company has been working on a project with a consulting firm but the project was stopped because it was so different from what we wanted to achieve. The consulting firm's deliverables are not worth the project to us so we need to start from scratch again. Do I have to pay for their work when terminating the contract? There is no termination clause in the contract. I already have wasted my valuable time for this. What would be the best way of handling this issue?

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