[thelist] Legal thoughts

Andrew andrew at humanbehaviour.co.uk
Mon Dec 1 11:48:03 CST 2003

presumably they client had looked at your site?  In which case he would surely
know how you work and what you charge!

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>>> However
>>> since it was a maintenance project, some of the site was there
>>> already, so I'd be withholding access to the whole site, not just to
>>> my work.
>> What are you with holding? Can the public see it or are you blocking the
>> client from accessing admin area for example?
>It's a publically available site. So to block access to the site would
>prevent users not only seeing my work, but that of the previous developer.
>I'm thinking that would be wrong, since presumably the client's paid for
>the previous developer's work.
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