**multi Season Contracts**

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by milsaps118, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. milsaps118

    milsaps118 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 559

    A commercial account of mine wants a multi season contract this year for lawn and snow maintenance starting Apr '07. I was just wondering what to look out for as far as the terms I should/need to add in my contract. I have basic terms right now but I want to protect myself on a long term deal.

    For some of you who have experience in these long term deals, what should I look out for besides factoring in inflation and rising operating costs, ie. rent insurance, fuel, interest, payroll, etc... Is there any wording or phrasing I should use to make sure the term of the contract is fulfilled and that the customer is 100% committed for the entire term. What about early TERMINATION clauses or EXCEPTIONS TO EARLY TERMINATION?

    Any input will help me in the right direction! Thanks in advance!
     

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