Payment Agreement

By accepting the offer of a position on a team and signing the contract, the Payor agrees to make payments to Payee, hereafter known as "Bloomington Youth Hockey" (BYH). The player invoices will be sent by the treasurer and due on the first of the month, in exchange for your child playing hockey with this organization. The payment request is non-negotiable and will be enforced in cases of delinquent payment. This agreement is binding, and failure to meet its terms will allow the Payee to take certain recourse. First, if payment is not delivered/applied before the 10th day after the due date, the player will be unable to practice and will be benched for any and all games until the balance is paid in full. Second, any payment NOT MADE within 25 days of the due date given will incur a fee of $25, which will be assessed on day 25. Third, insufficient payment and bounced checks will incur a fee of $25. Fourth, after the first bounced check, any future ice bills will only be accepted in cash or credit card (processing fees will be attached to all credit card payments). Finally, in the event that the end of the season arrives and the balance remains unpaid, the unpaid balance will be reported to AHAI, which will entitle them to the right not to allow a renewal of the players USA Hockey registration, thus preventing the player from playing anywhere in the United States until the balance is paid in full. 

Volunteering is important to the success of BYH. During the winter season, families are required to volunteer for 4 hours. If that commitment is not met by February 1st, $250 will be added to your February invoice. Non-payment will be handled in accordance with the organization's existing Payment Agreement.

Refunds will only be given for a season ending injury or illness, death of an immediate family member or guardian, or a family move of greater than 90 miles from the greater Bloomington/Normal area.

  • Players with a season ending injury are required to provide documentation from their primary care provider. Once documentation is received, the player receiving relief from season financial obligations due to injury will be removed from the team roster and will not be permitted to practice or play with the team for the remainder of the season.
  • Documentation from the primary care provider clearing the player for participation is required before returning to the ice.

Failure to sign this contract will result in the player being refused the right to play within this organization.

By signing this agreement, all parties agree to the terms as described above. Any alterations to this agreement can only be made by both parties and must be placed in writing.

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