Does not knowing at the time we signed the contract that my daughter would not want to attend further be considered an ones? Obviously if we would have known at the time we signed that she would be unwilling to attend after 4 months we would not have signed to begin with….
My daughter signed up for a one year chug (drama workshop). The head of the workshop had all the parents sign a contract that they are obligating themselves to pay the monthly fee whether the child drops out or not. In the end my daughter only attended the chug for about 4 months. She didn’t want to go any more and I didn’t want to force her. The head of the workshop now wants us to pay for the full 8 months that she didn’t attend. Do we owe her the full amount for the 8 months even though my daughter didn’t attend?
Under normal circumstances, this is what you signed and agreed to and therefore you would have to pay. However if there was a specific reason of ones that she couldn’t attend, or some sort of ones, then it night be different depending on the reason and the circumstances.
That would not be considered an ones. An ones might be some sort of external influence that is beyond your control. The reason they make the parent sign is because often the children decide for whatever reason that they no longer want to continue, and it negatively effects the whole project.