Cancelled wedding. Would I still need to pay more than the deposit?
Topic: Case single sign on email
June 25, 2019 / By Kearney Question:
Okay, I cancelled my wedding and I could not get a hold of the band I booked. I called them & left them numerous emails concerning my cancellation, and now, the day before the set date for the wedding, the band manager is calling me & saying he is going to take me to court. The contract however states that if you cancel the band 6 months before the date you forfeit half the deposit and if you cancel the band 3 months or fewer you forfeit the whole deposit amount. I cancelled it about 1 month till the date, and called him numerous times and never got a phone call in return. And also I signed the contract, but I never received the contract back with his signature for my records, nor do I know if he signed it at all. And between the time I signed the contract on my end, until today, I have not received one single call from him. Does he have a legal case against me? What should I do?
He is saying that I owe him half of the total amount. But it states nothing like that in the contract. the contract was very plain, just name of location, time, place, and the amount that he would be charging. Also about the cancelling and keeping the deposit. I also have a copy of the contract without his signature, that was sent to him through certified mail.
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Heathcliff | 10 days ago
If you went to court, I guarantee their copy would be signed. Regardless if they did it many months ago, or the day of the hearing.
The contract is the ruling authority. If you can prove that you called several times, you may be able to prove intent to cancel, and then it's on them.
I'm not a lawyer, but it seems that if you can show you called, or better yet, if you have a certified mail receipt you've got a great chance.
Oh yeah, if you do have evidence of that nature, the next time the band manager says, "I'll see you in court!", make sure you respond with, "I can't wait."
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