A local retired PLS has an old subdivision plan that is not recorded in the courthouse that I needed.
He said he would search for the plan and make a copy for me with no mention of charging me for the plan or search. He also talked about donating the plans to a local college since he is retired and no longer needs the plans. After hearing that, I assumed he would only charge me for a paper copy.
He said he couldn't find the plan so I found a copy myself. A couple weeks later, I received a call that he found the plan and I owe him $595.
Although money was never discussed, do I owe him for the plan or the time he spent searching for the plan? Thanks in advance.