Hello, I'm hoping someone can assist with my enquiry under Australian Consumer Law. Currently we are waiting to reach agreement with a kitchen company to revise and fix issues to a custom made kitchen. Errors were incorrect spacing for openings and electrical appliances, even though they had all brands and model numbers to appliances. It is nearly a year now since kitchen should have been completed, and most of the sting them at all, as theymonies have been already paid less the final amount. It has been dragged on for so long it has left us not tru chop and change revisions to suit their interests. Whilst we wait on some final revisions, so we can hopefully be with a working kitchen we are trying to figure out if we need to sign a second contract. We have already a legal contract from a year ago, but they want us to sign a second (more of a promissory note really) that once the kitchen is complete, we need to pay the final 4,500. This is already in the first contract so, why a second? We have already made known to them about 5 months ago that we would appreciate a discount, putting aside all the heartache they put us through and time off work, only on the basis that the kitchen was not fully functional within the time frame they gave us initially (8 weeks). We have been so caught up with getting the kitchen working that money has been the last thing on our minds. To this day we have received no goodwill from them, and wish to have the option of receiving a discount. They have made it clear that no extra work will go ahead unless we sign a second time. Is this legal under contract law? Should we just give in and sign again and pay the full amount owing? Or do we dig our heels in and ask for a discount? Thanks.