A friend of mine is married to a lady who works at a property managment company mainly for apartments. I want to use this to my advantage getting a bid on some of their properties. I was talking to her the other day and she ran off a list of likes and dis-likes regarding LCO's and most of what she said was basic common sense. However wet grass was one of her pet peves and I'm not sure how to respond should we get into a contract. She says you can't mow if the grass is wet. Now I haven't figured out what she means by wet but it's a given that at least she means right after it stops raining. So I wondered if this is a common clause of sorts in a commercial contract or even a issue usually. I can only imagine this would be unreasonable if your schdule is full. She did mention previous discussions she's had where the LCO tried to argue their point she indicated her response was "not my problem". Maybe she's just a big "B" and can't be reasoned with but I at least wanted to get some ideas on how to respond to her next time this comes up. any suggestions or advice is appreciated.