Re: formerly naive now burned tw needs advice

Subject: Re: formerly naive now burned tw needs advice
From: Barry Kieffer <barry -dot- kieffer -at- EXGATE -dot- TEK -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 1999 08:28:51 -0800

Anon,

You should not be angry about this; this is contract law.

You accepted to perform a duty for a specified amount of compensation.

The contract was between the recruiter and the IT company to find a body to
perform a task for a set amount of money. To ask for more money would
require the voidence of the original contract.

There is no mechanism in contract law that can provide for a clause that
states that if the client "likes" the job, they are willing to pay more.

How can the client agree on what constitutes a good job?

When you form a contract, binding or not, you have to stick with it or
desolve it; there is no middle ground.

My suggestion, as hard for you as it may be, is to move on and use it as a
learning experience.

Barry Kieffer
Technical Writer


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