legal contract question

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  1. theseodude

    theseodude Regular Member

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    I am writing a contract between a service seller (me) and a buyer. I want to make it too expensive/unlikely for the buyer to screw me on payment. What sorts of things can I include in the contract?
    one thing that I could think of is "if I am sued for an overdue balance, I agree to pay for all court costs and attorney fees, and any other collection related costs"

    What else can I add so that the buyer will think twice before not paying me?

    The fact that the buyer may get turned off and go somewhere else is absolutely not an issue. I want to make the contract as favorable to the seller as possible. but of course, it has to be legal and enforceable. I am in the US.
     
  2. Vrill

    Vrill BANNED BANNED

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    delete the court part.
    Write instead that he agrees that a debt collector will collect the money instantly without court needed.Do it the same way like the banks
     
  3. Duffers5000

    Duffers5000 Elite Member

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    Just tell them that you wiill give them your aids if they default.........you big trolling tool.