emailing a purchasing contract - Posted by SteveOh

Posted by SteveOH on December 07, 2005 at 21:31:28:

That should have been purchase contract.

emailing a purchasing contract - Posted by SteveOh

Posted by SteveOh on December 07, 2005 at 17:14:23:

How should I do that? I wanted to fax it but they wanted email. Thanks!

One Caution - Posted by Innovator

Posted by Innovator on December 10, 2005 at 08:25:10:

It is wise not to E-mail Social Security numbers. Lot’s of predators lurking. Phone call or fax #'s.

yes do it - Posted by Marc Donovan

Posted by Marc Donovan on December 09, 2005 at 20:08:00:

Email contracts are enforcable. Case law is established. Just dont rely on embedded links or attachments. Links can be changed and attachments are an extra burden of proof. You want to be able to print out the email with all headers showing the sender, plus all terms of the contract all at once. This will be a binding and enforcable contract against the sender.

Best method is plain text, since there is no ambiguity.

Also wise to include the quote of the previous emails as they show the intent as it evolves in the deal. Intent is how things usually wind up when there are two parties in dispute and email evidence is often the best evidence in court.

Re: emailing a purchasing contract - Posted by slavan

Posted by slavan on December 08, 2005 at 05:04:48:

scan purchase contract.

Convert scan purchase contract to a PDF files (free pdf converter can be download online).

Open email and attached PDF purchase contract files and send.