I was given an estimate for my
wedding reception bar bill. It is
now double the estimate. We
don't think the final bill is at all
accurate. They measured the
alcohol by how much was
consumed from each bottle and
many guests commented on the
bar tender making strong drinks
and that he admitted to pouring
freely. What rights do we have to
fight this. Is their a ''rule'' about
estimates and that the final bill
can't be more than 15-20% above
1 Answer from Attorneys
Was the "estimate" in writing?
Did it have any qualifiers?
Need to see it to advise. How much paid up front? Call or email for assistance.
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