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In addition to what HenryM said, it sounds like you want to bill the client for the work you helped manage that the contractor did (but did poorly or not at all). If this is the case, and the project did not even meet their specification, you would be the one considered in breach of contract by the client. No one delivered to the client. You hired a ...


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For section 1: we use similar language in our contracts. The purpose for us using it (specifically, "including reasonable legal costs), damages or expenses arising from the provision of the Services") is that there should be no reason for legal costs. If we have to sue you for your failure to provide the services, you pay the cost. If we get sued ...


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First of all, the ultimate source to consult is the US embassy (or its nearest consulate) in your country - mostly its web page, since embassies rarely engage in lengthy and abstract discussions over a phone and email. Physical presence in the US is the key issue here. If you are working remotely and the presence is required only for occasional meetings or ...


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