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Subject:Re: A Contractor's Question From:"Accentuated Brandname Creativity, Inc." <acreatyv -at- SATURN -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 17 Jan 1997 04:24:10 -0500
Linda Castellani asks:
>Have any of you ever seen a clause in a contract, or created one that
>dealt with the issue of the client's performance? Specifically, I'm
>referring to the client's performance as it relates to providing
>materials in a timely fashion or starting a project at the stated
It is worthwhile for a contractor to submit a proposal (or desired revisions
to a client document) that outlines the responsibilities of both. Linda has
stated the case for doing so, so I won't.
Interesting parallels (helices?) to the Thumbscrew thread. <g>