I signed a contract for carpet installation in the amount of $2000.
Contract did not contain any information about the taxes. After job was completed the contractor gave me invoice where he added 6% of sales taxes in the amount of $120.
Do I have to pay the sales taxes if they've never stated in the original written contract?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Yes, you owe the tax. Pay it.
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