If you are involved in the acquisition or development
of software you will need a properly drafted agreement
setting out clearly what you expect to get for your money
and the mechanism to control costs or alternatively to
limit your exposure.
Software development tends to be fluid and unless there
is a mechanism to control the “cost to change",
you may find yourself effectively writing a blank cheque,
if commissioning the work or alternatively doing extensive
work for which you are not going to get paid (if providing
For further advice ring Ashton
Bell Commercial on 0113
2438688 to speak to one of our commercial
law solicitors or click
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