1. AC Question's Avatar
    I was asked to do the small work for Gen. Contractor for X amount of money via email before the contract was signed and they've changed agreed amount after work was completed.
    11-24-2015 10:59 PM
  2. srkmagnus's Avatar
    You need to consult with a legal professional, such as Lawyer specializing in contractual agreements or similar field. Good luck!
    11-24-2015 11:42 PM
  3. Rukbat's Avatar
    Just a guess (I'm not an attorney), but in some jurisdictions, emails showing the agreed-upon price and the later change will show bad faith on their part. Contracts don't have to be in writing, if you can show evidence that there was "a meeting of the minds". IOW, if it's apparent on the earlier email that you were both in full agreement about the price, most judges will consider that sufficient. (Give it a few years, and we'll be able to legally sign things online - then legally signed emails will hold up in court. Way back in March 2013, I signed the contract to buy my house online. And I run signature software on my phone. But some jurisdictions haven't caught up with technology yet.)
    11-25-2015 01:57 AM

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