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Blog - Do you need a contract for a mobile disco or DJ?

Posted: Saturday 15th October 2016 By: Andrew Broughton | Read Time = 1 mins Views: 6348

What does a mobile disco or DJ contract look like and why do you need one? Do you even really need one at all?

The second question is easy to answer; without one you have no reassurances that you will get what you are expecting. The DJ could have the wrong venue details or simply forget the booking.

Like any type of contract, they can vary from one company to the next. There are no particular right or wrong answers to what a contract is. I'm no legal expert but I tend to think a contract should contain all the information that both the person booking and I need to agree for the event.

My 'contracts' are made up of two documents; the booking form and the terms & conditions. The latter lay down the overall principles of all bookings and the former provides the specifics for each event.

The booking form contains information about the venue for the event, timings and the payment requirements.

Although not part of the contract, I also have event planning forms that I use for most functions to capture details such as any specific requests or music. More on these in future weeks.

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