Interesting. I have a non-paying client too.... Can I threaten to 'disable'
I've only been paid about a third of the total.
"Bill Ray" <billbillraydrums.com_BLAH> wrote in message
news:bg130d$fh7$1forums.macromedia.com...build> Say I create a website for a client. They pay for their hosting and Ifiles> the site on their host in sort of a "good faith" gesture.
> Now let's say that this friendship that once was turns sour and the guy
> refuses to follow through on his end of the payment arrangements. Can I
> retract all my files from the server that he paid for?
> Also, in the contract I specified that "upon final payment all site files
> become property of the client". Does this include all my .png graphicportion> that allow editability of the image maps that make up a significant> of his site? In other words, the .png files could be compared in a
> photographic sense to being the "negatives", which I know most all
> photographers retain. (My family is a comprised mostly of
> photographers....I'm the black sheep, LOL)
> Any/all thoughts appreciated.