my lawn mowing contracts are 3 pages long, but apparently, not long enough. people can't be trusted, so you need to cover every possible thing that they may try and pull. here is the scene: certain groups just can't be trusted. i do no work for "these" people, because everytime, without fail , that i have, there has been trouble. so, what did i do? i went against my better judgement, and took one of them on. she called because her grass was at least 1.5 ft high, hadn't been cut this season i don't think. i gave her a price of $75 FOR THE FIRST MOW, with a seasonal contract of weekly mowing @$35 per. great she said, she signed . i went and cut the cornfield by myself, after we were done for the day. i made it look perfect, edged, wacked the weeds in the cracks of the walkways, everything, it was perfect when i was done. the day before our next scheduled mow, i get the phonecall that i kinda expected, " hi, i want to cancel my service, i found someone to do it for $25, 3 times a month. this is a big savings for me, so just mail the bill." i now feel inclined to send her a bill for $150. she voided our agreement, if it were a one time cut, i would have charged $150. our agreement was on a seasonal weekly mowing contract. if i send a bill for $150, and she refuses to pay, how will it turn out in court?