Re: Does an Ic Have Any Recourse if Client Refuses to Produce Copy of Signed Contract
ok fine, so learn. This time everything wasn't perfect. Next time, do the "I need a copy" before you sign.
and the other stuff; sorry but I couldn't resist. It just flowed out and I couldn't stop it.
so now you are faced with a problem. Since he appears to be unwilling to give you a copy now, you have a couple choices, as I see it.
1. believe anything the guy tells you and act as if it is correct.
2. try to remember what the contract included and if you are having a problem, act in accordance as best you can and deal with any consequences that might come from it
3. walk away and let him either let it go or sue you. If he sues you, he will then be required to provide a copy of the contract for the court and as such, you will have access to the contract
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.