hello so I have been posting about this lawyer website that I have for rent. I have found a lawyer who is interested in renting it for a month and seeing if it works for him. I am offering it for $300/month, which should be nothing for a law firm, I mean I know law firms that spend $300 on a lunch. this guy is already showing signs of being trouble, for example, he was arguing to bring it down to $250. and he asked me to go to his office to discuss this more, when there is nothing more to discuss. I feel he is the type who will ask for a refund if it doesn't work for him. so how can I protect myself by a contract? what points should I cover? I have thought of: I make no claims regarding the suitability of the site for his purpose I make no claims regarding the number of monthly visitors I make no claims regarding how many leads he will get This is a form of advertising and as any other form of advertising, it has risks. He may or may not get additional clients. I do not guarantee that the site will keep its current rankings. I will not allow access to the back end of the site. Any changes have to be requested, and I will make them as I see fit. I am just trying to cover my ass here in case anything goes wrong, anything else you can think of?