These registration contracts – formal, legalistic agreements – are generally not found in traditional higher education and contain a language that indicates the options that each signatory has in a number of situations that probably seem purely hypothetical to most participants. Students – who are on a trip they hope to change their lives in a wonderful way – can be forgiven for signing everything presented to them as quickly as they would click “Accept” on the terms of an online application. However, the language of these registration contracts has a very particular purpose: to protect the financial interests of the school by limiting a student`s legal rights should go wrong. While the stories of students like Jacob, Debbie and others are becoming more and more public, little is known about registration contracts and the restrictive covenants themselves. Who`s using them? What are they saying? If a student has a registration agreement, that is what appears on their profile. You will find registration agreements here after being generated or downloaded: make sure, as far as possible, that parents and legal guardians sign the registration contract. Obtaining both signatures ensures that each parent or guardian understands that they are responsible for tuition fees. Also, if your school includes non-financial terms in the registration contract (for example. B provisions relating to the behaviour of students and parents), obtaining the signatures of both parents guarantees their obligation to comply with these additional provisions. Alternative signing provisions may be required to deal with situations where only one parent (or grandparent) is financially responsible, but both agree with all remaining provisions. Shortly after the course contract was signed, Ralph expressed his new commitment to his parent to the Century Foundation, which checked the contract documents and encouraged Ralph to reconsider his decision to register. When Ralph tried to terminate the contract, the Online Trading Academy asked him to return the contract and other materials before dismissing him from his employment.