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Questions concerning contracts between a freelancer, agent and a client.

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Well, app store approval and how to get app approved is derived from experience. And knowing that Apple is more rigorous here, you HAVE TO be familiar with all cases when apple WILL or MAY NOT approve …
answered Jun 26 '17 by Peter MV
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You said "they are interested to work with me", but the real truth is that they are interested IF your price if fine with them. Clients would always work with good programmers if the price meets their …
answered Jun 12 '17 by Peter MV
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It depends on your contract, you warranty period and your own professional conduct. It's my mistake and I should fix it? We all make mistakes. The development process is not only the coding. It's co …
answered Jun 25 '15 by Peter MV
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It's not late till it's late, the saying says :). You should definitely try that. Explain to him that you did not ask for it before, but now when you are so deep in the project, you think that you t …
answered Jun 14 '14 by Peter MV
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As we often say here "what does the contract say about the scope of work"? If the scope is vague, you will have hard time get the money you earned in the extra work. If not, make a list of any feature …
answered Jul 10 '14 by Peter MV
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back to your question. When I have to sign contracts, I do like this: IF he can sue me and if I can face legal consequences (not all foreign clients can sue me), then I give this to my wife and I do … not start working before all has been cleared up. IF he cannot sue me, then I usually sign after a quick look on it. Like when you sign NDAs or similar contracts. In such cases, I do not need a legal …
answered Sep 2 '13 by Peter MV
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You took a programming job without reviewing the code? Your mistake I may say. Anyway, clients prefer that you are honest with them. Tell them that you reviewed the code and it's bad because of A to …
answered Jul 3 '15 by Peter MV
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Read other topics here about how to calculate your hourly rate. At the beginning try to calculate how much money you need for living in 1 month. The divide it to 4 weeks and that is money you have t …
answered Jan 11 '14 by Peter MV
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This looks to me that this client is not worth of your time. You may eventually get a few work hours from him and get a bad rating. This is what usually happens. I would stick to my new estimation an …
answered Jul 9 '15 by Peter MV
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As others pointed out, 10% is not a lot. Yes, $5k is a lot of money and it hurts, but would you get 90% without him? You can always ditch the guy and approach to the company directly. You will earn t …
answered Feb 5 '16 by Peter MV
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Definitely not. A contract is done by attorneys, whereas a proposal can be sent by a garbage man. Just said. One is legal document which protects your right and your pocket, the other is your estimat …
answered Nov 26 '13 by Peter MV
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I think you will have hard time trying to charge him for "this". Ask yourself, what are you charging him for? Did you have to travel to meeting point, take a night at the hotel, and he bailed on you? …
answered Oct 15 '13 by Peter MV
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The first approach would be to search for topics here that deal with selling software. There are not so many of them. Summed up, here it is. Are you selling a licence, your coding service or full …
answered Aug 21 '14 by Peter MV
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Since other answers have already told you the things which matter most, I can only add small things to their reply without repeating their words. When someone tells you "make a website and I will gi …
answered Nov 2 '13 by Peter MV
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Absolutely YES. When you deliver the product you may offer a free support which counts only for the bugs appearing in the current version of OS (or older). iOS 7 is a new system and upgrading to it …
answered Sep 21 '13 by Peter MV

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