Legal Question in Consumer Law in Massachusetts
> I booked a wedding photographer and paid a $500 deposit to secure the date. I paid her in full in June 2010 for a wedding April 30, 2011. I cancelled the wedding for personal reasons and notified her November 15, 2010. I asked in December for a refund of the amount over the deposit which was $2900, well actually I asked for anything to be returned so I could start over...and she said unfortunately I cannot give you any refund because I was not able to rebook your date....which is April 30, 2011
> I dont think this is legal considering the deposit secured the date, and I paid upfront for services to be conducted on April 30, 2011, which were never done.
> Can you help me out here? I have the contract and invoices.
1 Answer from Attorneys
What does the contract state? That is ewhat controls, if there is no language for canceling, then take them to small claims court.
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