21. Making the Client Responsible for Guest Behavior


When is it OK to leave a client in the dust because of what a #wedding guest has done (broke your stuff or got handsy)? Is this a power that you can give yourself with your contract?  

As always, your contract is your secret weapon. 

This week, I discuss what it means to make a client “in charge,” and therefore responsible, for the conduct of attendees. We go a little deep in this one, but you’re gonna learn a bunch. 

In this episode, find out:

What material breach is and why it’s important

What type of behavior is the “firing kind”

Useful language and things to consider

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