Magda Dziadosz wrote:
Once a job is delivered, accepted and paid it's finished. Any further work - amendments made to the original by the client, corrections, etc, are a new project for which you negotiate the rate. It's not uncommon to ask the same translator to work on a new version of old document - it happens to me rather frequently, but each time it's a new project and paid separately.
I agree with Magda. I definitely wouldn't do it unless paid for the job.