Is a reciept of deposit a legal document?

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Is a reciept of deposit a legal document?

I placed a deposit on a location for a wedding, with the correct date written on the receipt. They said the contract only had to be submitted 90 days before wedding, so I did not do so right away. After leaving, the site entered the wrong date into their reservations, then reserved the date a second time, AFTER I placed my deposit. They will not honor the date to me, as the other group already submitted their contract. Does my receipt count as a legal document for them to hold the date for me?

Asked on February 16, 2012 under Business Law, Florida

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