Hello, I have a wedding reception contract with the Cleveland Airport Sheraton that my Fiancée signed and returned on April 22, 2009. The contract clearly shows the estimated guest count, the dinner package chosen, and a discount applied to the bar half of the event. I can provide a copy if needed to review.
This week, they sent is a new contract that omits the discounts and expects us to honor the new contract and pay almost $1000 more than agreed to, citing my lack of understanding of the first contract.
How can I go about ensuring that the venue honors their contract?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Usually, all that is needed is a letter from an attorney regarding how you expect them to honor the existing agreement.
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