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We entered into a contract with a photographer for wedding photo's and in the contract he gave us a written estimate of $1500. After the wedding he is now charging us $3000. What are we liable for since the original written contract stated $1500? this was in the state of Nebraska.



I am a law school graduate. WHat I offer is mere information, not to be construed as forming an attorney client relationship.

It depends. For a breach of contract actio, his estimate would have been an offer and your okay to it would have been an acceptance. If this is so and you have it signed by him, then you have a contract and only have to pay him the original amount.

Buit if this is just a quote (like construction business that bid for your business), then no. You can still get out this one by saying you had a verbal agreement and he never indicated the price would increase.


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