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Old 01-22-2018, 08:45 PM
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To be honest, I don't know. We misplaced our copy, have requested a new one, and she has not given us a copy yet.

I guess I'm wondering if she is found to be in violation of state statutes regarding supervision of children in a licensed home daycare (and we do have documentation/proof of that) whether we are correct in thinking that our contract with her for "licensed" care should be void?
I don't think so, because she's still licensed. She may have a violation but that doesn't cause her to be unlicensed.

I believe you'd have a more solid leg to stand on if her contract states something like "in my absence one of my substitutes, registered with the appropriate licensing agency, will fill in for me". Even then you're taking a risk by not paying because you did sign the contract too and are obligated to pay the remaining weeks ... two wrongs don't make a right kind of thing.
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