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    Hi

    I have parents coming to sign contract tomorrow.

    Only just realised I have no contracts left! I dont want to put them off coming around.

    Is there any way around this??

    Thanks

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    can you use a computer....draw up your own contract with all that is written on your existing contract....We can use our own contacts!!

    If you would rather use the ncma or mm ones then tell them yours is the settling in contracts which is still legally binding but once settling in period is coming to an end you must all fill in the ncma/mm one as this is how you'd rather work!!

    HTH and hope it makes sense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maryp0ppins View Post
    can you use a computer....draw up your own contract with all that is written on your existing contract....We can use our own contacts!!

    If you would rather use the ncma or mm ones then tell them yours is the settling in contracts which is still legally binding but once settling in period is coming to an end you must all fill in the ncma/mm one as this is how you'd rather work!!

    HTH and hope it makes sense?
    Thanks for that! Didnt realise we could do one that was legally binding.

    Thanks again!

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    If you are insured with NCMA you need to use their contracts or they will not represent you if there is a contract dispute.

    Could you borrow a contract from a cm friend and then give them one back once yours arrive?

    Miffy xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by miffy View Post
    If you are insured with NCMA you need to use their contracts or they will not represent you if there is a contract dispute.

    Could you borrow a contract from a cm friend and then give them one back once yours arrive?

    Miffy xx
    As Miffy says if you are insured with NCMA don't use anything but their own contracts or they will not cover you if you have a problem.

    Good luck with it all

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    The same applies for Morton michel you have to use theirs

 

 

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