hmmmWow That didn't make much since! sense?
I'm looking a breech (breach) of contract form for when customer gives the go ahead.
Then when we show up and they decied (decide) to not go thru (through) with the work for what ever excuse , they have.
It's only happened a few times, but we keep taking the grunt of it. ?
So, just looking for something to modify to are needs, so we stoptaking it in the shorts. ?
Wow That didn't make much since!?
I'm looking a breech of contract form for when customer gives the go ahead. Then when we show up and they decied to not go thru with the work for what ever excuse they have. It's only happened a few times, but we keep taking the grunt of it.
So just looking for something to modify to are needs, so we stoptaking it in the shorts.
Wow, I took it hard on that one guys!
Sorry, didn't know I was going to take it so hard for some bad grammer. I do admit spelling is not strong point for me.
Any way we do have a contract that states after the 3 days desicion that the down payment is non-refunableof right of . Unless they send a written notice with-in the three days. It is also written in the legal speech but I'm not going to type all that.
Yes, we also have a good lawyer, but he mentioned having a formal letter to send out, as a reminder of that clause, would be good to have.
We can pay him to write one up, but I figured to give it a shot first and just have him give it a ok.
Hope that is better for you guys, I slowed down for this one.
But I'm sure someone will still bust my Sack.
The three day right of recission law in Illinois has both hurt and helped me. It hurts when the clients get cold feet (a.k.a. buyers remorse) and go with a hack instead.
I almost feel bad for them because I know they are going to get nickeled and dimed to death for the things the hacks didn't have the experience to notice.