I reviewed a prospective contract last niht nd found something I didn't like so I am not confirming this contract.
There is a stipulation that in the even that there is a legal dispute, I have to agree to settle it in Orange County. If you haven't seen enough about OC on TV, it is in SoCal. I am in NorCal and so is my wedding and the videographer is based about 10 minutes away from where I live, all in Alameda County. Doesn't make any sense for me to make this agreement. IDK if this videographer has a parent company based in SoCal or if this is intended to discourage me from suing as it would cost me half of what I am being charged just to go down there to have my case heard.
I would like a feel for what you ladies think and what your contracts say.
I emailed him that we have a deal if he takes that out but IDK if that is a red flag and I should keep looking, regardless if he is willing to remove that stipulation. If the intent is to discourage me from exercising my legal recourse then I think that is a dirty trick and won't be able to trust him.
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