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In short, they have provided striped linen?
And they refuse to change it because the contract refers to stripped linen?
Ok. What was the cost?
In legal theory you do have a claim. It really comes down to which version of events is accepted.
On your account you ordered plain linen and on theirs you did not.
If you are believed then you are entitled to a remedy.
They will rely on the description in the contract though to support their position. I must admit that I do not think that is a term of the contract per se but it is clearly evidence.
That said, if you were to sue they may throw their hand in as there is no point in wasting manpower hours.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Oh yes, it can. I don't think it is here. The wording in this document is really just evidence of what they say was agreed.
In truth, probably a Judge would find in their favour if the matter went that far.
Not sure what you mean?
That was in response to your post above about terms of a contract.
Not if it actually went to court.
But they might cave in before court for the reasons above.