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Say that you received a deposit items out of 10 items

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Say that you received a deposit for two items out of 10 items priced on an estimate for refurbishment works and you have written next to these two particular items 'agreed' and signed. Am I committed at all to do the other items in the list, when I have specifically written next to them 'to be agreed?'. Keep in mind that the estimate didn't even have a date as it was only a list of things the client wished to carry out and a rough price was put for every item as an estimated budget for the each item.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  JGM replied 2 years ago.
Thank you for your question.
No you aren't. The way you describe it the list is a wish list with price and performance yet to be agreed relative to the other eight items.
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