Question by  delta55 (36)

How do you get out of a karate contract?

I have signed my children up for karate and yet they do not enjoy it.


Answer by  Darry (3853)

You need to check your individual contract, there should be information regarding breaking the contract. Typically you have to buy out the rest of the contract.

posted by Anonymous
I just got burned on a contract. Wish instructors these days would back up their skills with real quality teaching instead of close-ended contracts. I left due to overcrowding, focus on competition and students had no aptitude.  add a comment

Answer by  Brett (7986)

Personally if you think the person would understand, just tell them the truth. If you don't think they would, you could always say that you are moving, or that your child received an injury from karate and can no longer participate!


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

1. Does the contract have a cancellation period? 2. Talk to the teacher, ask to break the contract; there may be a contract cancellation fee.


Answer by  Huntress (1935)

Read the contract and find out if there are any penalties. Most contracts will tell you if you can get any money back or if you are just out of luck. Legally whatever is on the contract you are stuck with though you can still remove your children from class.

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