Asked by Megan on 25-10-2022 13:27:43
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law category relating to Gauteng
Good day. I am a photographer and I am busy putting my terms and conditions together for the clients. I just want to make sure of a few things:
When a client pays a deposit and they decide not to use my service anymore, should I pay back the deposit? Even if I told other potential clients that I am booked on that day?
May I decide to leave the wedding at any stage when one of the guests becomes a problem because they drank too much and make me uncomfortable? I am a woman photographer.
What happens when ON THE DAY of the wedding I become ill, or death (my children or husband) or if I die in an accident on my way to the wedding? Or if one of my kids ends up in hospital? One can not arrange for another photographer on such short notice. How do you put that in your terms and conditions?
Would really love to get your input.
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