Posted by Stacy (AZ) on February 23, 1999 at 16:39:30:
…although it wasn’t very long ago that I would have asked the same question. I’ve since realized how important and “proprietary” contracts are to each investor. Once you work and pay to perfect your contracts, you don’t feel as though they are something to be handed out for free. Not only do you work at understanding and molding your contracts to fit your investing preferences, you also realize that each state and each investment activity requires a different set of requirements and contingencies. What works in my state may not be adequate for you.
This isn’t meant to put down Patricia, but more to explain why investors don’t normally hand-out their contracts to anyone who asks. I am still new enough at this that I continually watch for ways to improve my contracts.