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Posted: Aug 6th, 2018 - 11:22 pm

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/25252

 

...  The contract is a good place to add some legal protections. Who's liable if things go wrong? For instance, Beverley Williams, a public speaker and president of the American Association of Home-Based Businesses, states in her contracts that proofreading is the responsibility of the client. "I can't be responsible for proofing my own work," she says, noting that clients who hire her can either do their own proofing or pay her to hire a proofreader. "I've had cases [to do desktop publishing] where the client missed something, the material went to print with errors, and they wanted me to redo it."



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