30 April 2018
You built a brick wall for your customer. The wall fit all the specifications except for one: It was 1.38m instead of 1.4m as agreed. There is also no safety issue with the brick wall remaining at 1.38 m. Can your customer claim the full costs of knocking down and rebuilding the wall at 1.4m thickness?
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03 April 2018
Commercial software development contracts (otherwise known as software service agreements) have some unique considerations that other commercial contracts may not have. This is a brief primer on some key issues that you should think about when entering into such a contract, whether you are the software developer (the "Developer") or the client looking to onboard the software (the "Client").
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