Wedding Law News
Helpful Contract Clauses for Party Planners
A wedding planner stays with the couple through the entire process and coordinates the wedding day. Since you will use a basic contract over, and over again, you will want it to be flexible in order to change certain items, so you can tailor your contract to fit each wedding event you are involved with. In this CLE class clip, Caroline J. Fox Esq. discusses helpful contract clauses for party planners.
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Wedding Industry Nonrefundable Deposits
In legal terms considered “liquidated damages” clauses, nonrefundable deposits are meant to protect the injured party in a contract, and not to act as a penalty. Customarily, an initial partial payment is used as a nonrefundable deposit when collecting funds on a contract. For example, 50% down and 50% at a predetermined date, with the initial payment being the nonrefundable deposit. Drafting a contract utilizing more of a sliding scale is a better way to go. In this CLE class clip, Caroline J. Fox Esq. details a more secure nonrefundable clause and payment schedule, that is friendly, yet effective.
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Wedding Industry Contracts
Everything that a wedding vendor does is going to be governed by a contract, therefor, it is important to get everything in writing. Also, considering the customer base a wedding vendor works with, their contracts must be in a friendlier tone than a normal contract. In this CLE class video clip, Caroline J. Fox, Esq. discusses the importance of a properly prepared wedding vendor contract.
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Helpful Contract Clauses for Florists
Florists have a few things they deal with that other wedding vendors do not. Caroline J. Fox Esq. takes a look at exclusivity clauses and the issues surrounding transporting flowers across state lines. Caroline also discusses how to protect yourself contractually if flowers cannot be delivered to the site, or if you are unable to procure them due to unforeseen difficulties.
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Helpful Contract Clauses for Venues
Generally wedding venues have been large spaces, though the trend is towards smaller, for more intimate wedding ceremonies. Still largely costly affairs, the intimate wedding is definitely a trend. In this CLE class clip, Caroline J. Fox discusses helpful contract clauses for wedding venues.
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Caroline J. Fox
3317 W. Cary Street Second Floor, Richmond VA
Wedding & Event Vendor Law 101
The Creekmore Law Firm, PC
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