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- From: "JRTCE" <jrtce(--nospam--at)mbay.net>
- Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 17:05:27 -0800
I have a client who is quite late on paying my engineering bill on a small residential job and the project is about to break ground. I have lost my patients with this guy. One provision in my contract (which he never returned) states that if I am not paid, my responsibilities and obligations are terminated. I am considering sending a letter to the building department, with a copy to the client saying that I no longer take responsibility for this project. It seems to me that this will either put the heat on the client to send me a check or dissolve my professional obligations to an obviously un-cooperative owner. Is this adviseable?, possible?, legal? Jerry R. Taylor (jrtce(--nospam--at)mbay.net)
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