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Making a Concession Agreement
Venue owners and concessions vendors often use Concession Agreements for the purpose of laying out the scope and payment terms for renting out concession space. When it contains the appropriate information, this contract may help to limit disagreements by ensuring that both parties share a mutual understanding. Unlike the generic PDF templates that you may come across elsewhere, each Concession Contract from Rocket Lawyer comes with the option of Document Defense®, so an attorney in our network can review the situation and take action if you don't get paid or have another problem.
Whether you are working with an acquaintance or a stranger, your Concession Agreement is a document that should never be skipped. You may decide to make a Concession Agreement due to the fact that it yields the helpful benefits listed here:
If you opt not to make a Concession Contract, neither party will be able to experience all of the benefits and protections that come along with having one.
The specific details to cover are:
As usual, the contract will also include standard legal language with regard to force majeure, indemnity, and the method(s) of dispute resolution. In the process of making your contract, you also can determine the state under which it will be governed. With the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the ability to implement more custom editing, as well.
The cost of hiring and working with a traditional legal provider might add up to a few hundred dollars or thousands. When you use Rocket Lawyer, every Concession Agreement that you create can be tailored to you. Simply click the button that says "Make Document" to begin the process. You might also try submitting your draft for legal review by an attorney in our Rocket Lawyer On Call® network.
To make your contract legally binding, you and the concessions provider must sign it. RocketSign® digital signatures make that part easy. Be sure that all signers get a copy of your fully executed contract. With a Rocket Lawyer membership, you also may copy, print, and save it in PDF format or as a Word document as necessary.
Getting another set of eyes on your contract might take longer than you'd expect if you do it alone. An easier approach would be to request help from Rocket Lawyer attorney services. Rocket Lawyer members can request advice from an attorney with experience in business or send additional legal questions. As a small business owner or operator, you can work confidently knowing that Rocket Lawyer is by your side.