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  • Another possibility would be to include a pack of X-hours of maintenance/bug-fixing with the solution. I've seen it done a bunch of times and I think it works rather well.

    All you have to concern about is to make sure the client understands the different between fixing a bug and developing new functionality :-)
  • I don't deal with the financial aspects of my job, but I work closely with people who do. I'd suggest you define what sign off means more clearly: you say you "delivered a system". For me, that means they accepted what you produced.

    But do you have legal proof that they did?

    I expect software developers to work with their clients to define acceptance criteria. If this doesn't happen, anyone might end up dealing with the repercussions.

    It's tough pulling together the legal resources to deal wit