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Old 04-30-2019, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Cat Herder View Post
I would write up a professional (brief and to the point, no emotion) notice of her violations to the contract and mail two copies to her. One of which she has to sign for. Keep a third for yourself should you end up in small claims court. https://www.wordexceltemplates.com/notification-letter/

Her case will not stand up in small claims court if she has violated her contract. Contracts must work both ways.
That is great news thank you. I did tell her that I think her closures and requiring early pick ups some days were a breach of contract and she said that she never closed or required early pick ups. I have text messages that say "I can do Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday" on Sunday night... or "Just letting you know she needs to be picked up by 3 today" Maybe she does not consider that a breach of contract if she told me at all and we didn't just show up to locked doors? So I think that she would not sign that form because she doesn't see herself as in the wrong.
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