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Old 03-07-2013, 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by upkeeplawnscape View Post
Explain to them that for insurance purposes, you have to have a signed contract in order to be on the property. Works for me, although there is still a small percentage that will drop when Nov. comes along. They feel that you arent needed when EOW time comes. Contract doesnt really matter because lawyer fees would make fighting them a loss. Unfortunately that is the business. Win some lose some
Doesn't cost anything to go to small claims court! I've had several clients there now, I'm not playing with non payers.
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