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Joan Mrkvicka

I have a question. I had a parent interview, tell me they wanted the spot. The mom stopped by to sign the enrollment contract, she gave me a check for the required two weeks deposit to be used up the first two weeks of care(not starting for a month). Wierd thing happened, the Dad called, left a phone message next day, saying to call about the check, mom called 5 minutes later saying they want to get check back, not coming??? (I think the husband and wife were not in agreement???) I have the signed contract, should I or am I required to give them their deposit back?

Tom Copeland

The answer partly depends on what your contract says. Does it say anything about what would happen if the parent didn't show up? If not, then it's not clear legally what is right. I would probably give them their money back because it was only a day later and you didn't turn anyone else down. In the future, you should address this in your contract.

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I would probably give them their money back because it was only a day later and you didn't turn anyone else down. In the future, you should address this in your contract.

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