Hi Could I just ask for a bit of confirmation to your answer to the questio n I just asked.The final version of the contract did not go back to the solicitor the one he agreed in the email with our solicitoor and we saw as well is the one we wanted. He didn't change a cluase, he removed it. I did not notice it. Therefore, what is your opinion. is it that I ama a business man and should have noticed it or will the fact that he deleted a contract mean I will suffer a loss of almost a million pounds.
Thanks for your question. Please remember to rate my answer SMILEY FACE OR ABOVE so that I am credited for my time.What did he say in the return email?
See email chain of solicitor asking for confirmation and him replying.
From: Person B Sent: 05 December 2008 12:10To: Solicitor ASubject: RE: REVISED AGREEMENT
Perfect. Thanks for you help Peter.
Subject: REVISED AGREEMENT Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 12:04:00 +0000From: XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXXTo: XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX
Dear Person B,
Please find attached revised agreement as discussed earlier today.
Can you please confirm this is now satisfactory?
I look forward to hearing from you.
The problem is he does not say anything.You could try and get the court to amend the document but any Judge would ask you if you had read it?If you say no, he will say why not. A Judge would have expected you to have read it.You can ask the Court to amend but the chances are 50/50. Please remember to click *** SMILEY FACE *** or above so that I am credited for my time. Thank you. Important: If you feel the need to rate as one of the lower two scores, it counts as negative feedback so please reply to me via the REPLY with any further questions you may have. I will be happy to assist you further.
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