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Contract Question

ACER

LawnSite Member
Location
Louisiana
Question for those who use contracts, when you have the clause "Either party can cancel with 14 days writtern notice" Do you continue mowing during this period ? Or charge for cuts due within the 14 days if the customer tells you not to come back?
 

Tim Canavan

LawnSite Member
Location
Houston
make it 30 days and continue mowing until the end of the 30 or whenever your billing cycle ends. Of course there are always exceptions. It might be a circumstance where you just want to get paid and be done with them.
 

Team Gopher

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
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Hi Acer,

"Either party can cancel with 14 days writtern notice"
I would think your contract would be valid until the 14th day after the written notice has been given.
 
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ACER

LawnSite Member
Location
Louisiana
Thats what I thought, I was curious because all the example contracts I have read did not state that work would continue. I will also make it 30 days instead of 14. Thanks for the help
 
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