Contract variables

When creating a contract, you can use contract variables as placeholders for specific values or information you want to include in your contract. 

For example, a basic contract may begin as follows: 

This is a sample membership agreement between [BusinessName] and [FullName], signed on [Date] and valid until [Expiration]. 

The variables in the example above represent your business’s name, the client’s first and last name, the date the contract is signed, and the date the contract expires. When displayed to clients, the variables are automatically populated with the appropriate information.

Variable applicable to all contract types 

Variable  Description 
[BusinessName]  The name of your business. 
[FullName]  The full name of the client agreeing to the contract. 
[Expiration]  The expiration date of the contract. 

If the contract is for a Purchase Option, this variable will display the Purchase Option’s expiration date. 

If the contract is for an Event, this variable will display the last day of the Event. 

[Date]  The date on which the contract is signed. 
[Location]  The location where the Purchase Option is being sold to the client or where the Event is taking place. 
[PurchaseOption]  The name of the Purchase Option or Event for which the contract is being signed. 
[StartDate]  The start date of the Purchase Option or Event for which the contract is signed. 
[NumberOfPayments]  The number of scheduled payments for the Purchase Option. 

For example, if the contract is for a 12-month membership that is billed monthly, this number will be 12. 

This variable is only available for Purchase Option contracts. 

[PaymentAmount]  The amount of each scheduled payment. 

This variable is only available for Purchase Option contracts. 

Was this article helpful?
(116 out of 116 people found this article helpful)
Cancel