All original material remains the property of Little pink typewriter until the final payment is received. Until then, the client is prohibited from publishing, repurposing or distributing any material produced by Little pink typewriter. Once the final payment is received, copyright is transferred to the client; however, Little pink typewriter retains the right to use any portion of the material for self-promotional interests.


Little pink typewriter relinquishes all responsibility for legal repercussions that may be incurred on publication or distribution of material by the client. It is the client’s responsibility to ensure the accuracy of all content and that all information provided to, or produced by, Little pink typewriter is factual and correct.

Cancellation fees

By client

Should a project be cancelled by the client, but before the project begins, the client will forfeit the deposit.

Should the client cancel a project after project has commenced, the client will forfeit the deposit and pay for work completed to date.

By Little pink typewriter

Should Little pink typewriter cancel a project, the client will not have to pay for any work in progress. Any monies already paid (including the deposit) will be refunded to the client. Should the client wish to use any completed material and secure copyright to that material, the client may pay for all or any work completed to date.

Urgency fee

Any work deemed urgent and required to take priority over other projects will be subject to an urgency fee – 30% of the total quote.

Payment terms

All projects exceeding $500 are subject to a 50% deposit before Little pink typewriter commences work. Jobs less than $500 require full payment in advance.

The final invoice, for which payment is required to transfer copyright to the client, will be issued:

  • Once the copy has been approved by the client; OR
  • The first draft has been completed and provided by Little pink typewriter

EFT is the preferred payment option.

Accounts more than 30 days overdue will be referred to a debt collection agency, with all recovery fees payable by the client unless alternate arrangements have been made in writing before the account falls 30 days in arrears.