Why you need a written contract (and non-payment advice) Why you need a written contract (and non-payment advice)
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    Default Why you need a written contract (and non-payment advice)

    Would never have agreed to half payment; full payment or court action.

    OP, you might want to watch this.



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    I was so impressed with this that I think it needs a sticky thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    I was so impressed with this that I think it needs a sticky thread.
    and a caveat about US laws, in particular California, being different to UK???

    It was funny though and makes a very good point.
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    The details of US law are not important (people ought to be researching this themselves - google 'Dunning') - it's the '***** you, pay me' attitude that is important, and that is so missing from many queries about non-payment.

    Also look at:

    Invoicing and taking payment from customers: Payment - obligations - GOV.UK

    Late Payment Charges - What You Need To Know

    How to Collect Debt | Atradius UK
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