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smiler007

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I am thinking of purchasing a hairdressing salon, can you write into their contracts that are unable to take clients with them should they leave or they arent allowed to work within a certain mile radius? I know someone that has this in their contract but wondered how effective it was?
 

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If their gonna go they will!! You can write it in but not really enforceable as you can not legally stop someone earning a living. Don't go in all guns blazing to start
 

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It a pretty common thing in a hairdressing contract, it can be tricky to enforce but yes put it in. You could also put a period on the time say within X amounts of miles or X amount of months,

It's not an unreasonable thing to hae in a contract :)

Good luck
 

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When I worked in a salon my contract was 1/2 mile radius and you couldn't do a client you had done in the salon for 3 months, I don't know how enforceable that is, but any more than that was restriction of earnings.
 

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When I worked in a salon my contract was 1/2 mile radius and you couldn't do a client you had done in the salon for 3 months, I don't know how enforceable that is, but any more than that was restriction of earnings.
You can't stop Joe Public from going where they want! Good stylists will have a solid rapport with their
Clients they will follow anywhere!
 

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