My question involves independent contractors in the state of: Tennessee
I started a project with a client in 2011. I think I finished it in 2012. At some point before or during that interaction, I told him I did free revisions to fix bugs that were found. But we also had a written contract that did not mention bugs or revisions at all.
This client came back to me in 2015, I believe, and wanted another project done that would interact with the previous projects I'd made him. We did not have any new contract written. But he still expects free revisions on this new work.
Am I contractually obligated to do revisions to this new project for free?