Contract was not signed by the client but sent earnest money--- clientverbally authorized work----contractor performed work satisfactorily---- do we have a "contract" should
client not send payment???
1 Answer from Attorneys
It sounds like you have a contract. Is there a problem with the work that the client would not want to pay?
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