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I have a business agreement on 18.07.2014 on Rs.100 India Non Judicial stamp paper with a Software Solutions company (first party) located in Virudhunagar for Selling and marketing the Software products globally as a second party. Our initial conversation was via email. In that chat, he promised me to develop Android Mobile Application within 3 months from my agreement date. But in the agreement the discussed 3 months completion date was not mentioned. He mentioned that the second party markets the software products developed by the first party. Both of us had agreed that share amount will be calculated at 60 % to first party 40% to second party(after deducting the admin expenses) based on the business revenue. He also agreed that he will pay fixed amount Rs.15000/- on monthly basis. The remaining amount will be calculated based on the share calculation and settled at the end of every quarter of the year. But he did not complete the Android Mobile application till date.

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