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post #31 of 36
What about dinner cards with the guest name and date. They turn them in to get the meal. Maybe more work but keep a roster of the guest, the couple should be able to provide that. just a long shot
post #32 of 36

If final guarantee is 100  just set 100 chairs . If more show make host sign for them  SIMPLE

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post #33 of 36
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UPDATE: 

 

For all of those who are interested, we won our case on Friday.  The judge asked the plaintiff how she knew how many guests she had.  She said she had photographic proof.  Now, keep in mind, her contract stated that she'd have 60 guests and 5 children.  It turns out that in the picture, there were more than 5 kids in it.  5 minutes later, and the judge ruled in our favor.peace.gif

post #34 of 36
RIGHT ON!!!!! ....that just helped make my day...thanks for sharing the good news...woohoo!

joey

food is like love...it should be entered into with abandon or not at all        Harriet Van Horne

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food is like love...it should be entered into with abandon or not at all        Harriet Van Horne

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post #35 of 36
Congrats, had a feeling if you had a fair judge you'd come out ahead.
So chalk one up fer the good guys!
post #36 of 36

Great to hear!

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