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Thank you for your message, without knowing their response it would be very premature for me to say what to do next. It’s best to know their position in order to advise you further
You have a contract so you are bound by it unless you show they have breached the contract. If date of completion is stated as a material term you could rely on that. But developers as I know them are notorious for including a clause that time is not of the essence and no commitment to actual completion date.
And if nowhere in that contract there is a disclaimer then rely on that to say they have breached the contact and explain why time is of the essence and seek to terminate the contract.
Hi, you must check what is in your contract terms on refund as this can alter the default