Read The Fine Print
I have never seen a Vendor contract that did not take away as many rights as possible from the property preservation contractor. You really need to read through contracts before you sign them. In most instances in the property preservation business, you will find that your signature gives away all your rights. I will not list those rights here but I will say that there is nothing in the contracts that guarantee you anything – it is all written for the benefit of the company that wants you to sign it.
Contracts and legal agreements are written in order to assign legal rights to an individual or the company that prepared the agreement. Or you can think of this way: the contract or legal agreement can be written to assign liabilities to the other party of the contract or agreement. You should already know that the individual or company or individual that prepared the contract does not have your best interest in mind. They are looking out for themselves only.