Created and maintained website for business, business was sold, new owner did not sign a maintenance contract with me and now flexing muscles says to turn it over to him, thoughts?
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The answer depends upon the terms and conditions of your agreement with the business. Without seeing those terms, it's impossible to give you any further guidance. Feel free to contact my office if you'd like to discuss.
In addition to what my colleague said, if you are owed money then you may need to flex some muscles too. Give me a call and I can try to help you out.
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Why does he think he gets to take your work product? Does he have a contract with you? I suggest you talk this over with a lawyer first, and work out a game plan.
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