I created a web page for a company and have yet to receive payment. We did not have a written agreement but a verbal agreement. I was told that I would receive payment once business picked up in the spring and there was more cash flow. Do I have the right to take the website down or even delete it if I don't receive payment?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Tough call. It could get you paid or buy you an interference lawsuit which you would have to defend.
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