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It doesn't matter whether he saw it or not. If a person signs a contract they are bound by it's terms unless they offend for other reasons.
However, this one does. You only have a claim for the sum of your loss. You cannot levy charges I'm afraid.
That may very well be the amount you are trying to claim. It depends whether or not you can find other work for the day.
You would have to prove you had looked and could not.
If you cannot then you could sue for your loss.
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Then you have a claim for the sum of your loss.
You will need to prove you tried.