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Old 06-18-2019, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Janus View Post

A) It is S7

In which case ex needs to provide consent, and it would be reasonable for him to refuse consent if there is a free option available.

B) It is not S7

In which case ex does not need to pay for it.

It is the free option that will screw me over I guess. She cannot fully experience the music program without renting or buying because she canít be in band or practice at home with the free option from the school. I guess thatís what I present to him but ultimately I think I know where this is going. We will be mediating (again) in the fall, so I will at least bring it up.

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Old 06-18-2019, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Ange71727 View Post
...The cost will be approximately $800-1000 in rental fees over the two years she requires it...

I've never heard of a school outright not allowing student instruments to go home with the student, for practice. Does she ride the bus? Sometimes large instruments are not allowed on the bus, so I could see that. If the school doesn't allow it on their end, that's an odd policy.

(I see you answered that in further response.)

Not a section 7 expense.

Last edited by dad2bandm; 06-18-2019 at 03:50 PM. Reason: Saw further response that clarified, school disallows it, apparently.
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