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    #1

    Is it correct?

    Please note that the hours and material cost cited in the quotation is only for the work as explained verbally.

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    Re: Is it correct?

    Please note that the hours and material cost cited in the quotation is only for the work as explained verbally.
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    Are you sending this, or have you received it?

    The quotation should have put into writing the 'work as explained verbally'.

    A quotation is legally binding, unlike an estimate which can have a variable price.

    Rover

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