Active Military Disclosure Clause for Photographers
If you’re a photographer who already has a contract but you need to add in an Active Military Clause, this is for you! This clause will be added to your contract when you work with couples who are in the military and may be called out on active duty. The language within the clause allows the client to rebook the wedding/event date within 12 months of notifying the photographer, and if they can’t rebook within 12 months, it would allow a refund minus expenses due to military deployment. The "12" months can be modified to your business practices.
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