This evaluation list is provided to inform you of this document and to help you in your preparation. This agreement is a greater care. It`s pretty hard to lose with the lottery. But to win the lottery and then lose your friends on haggling over who would get what would be downright ridiculous. This agreement helps to protect against this possibility for two reasons: first, you have the agreement in writing; and second, everyone has a chance to decide if they mean “really” before they sign. Everyone connects to a lottery pool in the hope of winning a jackpot, but you are much more likely to win a smaller prize. In your lottery pool contract, you must clearly state what happens to low dollar prizes. It`s always a good idea to have someone in charge of the lottery pool. That person does not have to do all the work; they can also delegate. But they are the point of contact when someone has questions or concerns.
They also make sure that each participant has a copy of the lottery pool contract, they follow the signed copies, and they make decisions about how they store the tickets after they have been purchased or who should be the one to buy the tickets this week. Some lottery pools allow members to deposit more money to get more shares in the prize if they win. For example, if a single ticket costs $2, a member can throw $10 into the pot to get 5 shares of the jackpot he wins. The pool would then buy five additional tickets, which would increase everyone`s chances of winning. Before you start writing your contract, you need to know who the pool members will be. If your group wins a jackpot, some people will regret not participating and will regret that these people are on trial. 6. The total amount spent on the purchase of lottery tickets pursuant to this agreement is [$X.XX] 8. We recognize that the payment of lottery winnings is in accordance with state rules and lottery rules based on [State of origin of lottery pool members]. If the lottery tickets that are the subject of this agreement give rise to one or more prizes for which the provisions of the lottery authorize a direct payment, a direct payment should be requested. Where such rules allow the payment of the prize to a single individual, the designated agent must claim and maintain the price for the benefit of all the co-owners.