It’s not uncommon for an existing contract to require a revision. In many cases, more than one revision. Circumstances can change quickly, and amenable agreements should reflect that. When dealing with a few minor changes, there is no need to create an entirely new contract.
If there are a few new items to be added to the contract, what you need is a Contract Addendum. This is a useful document when you want to add entirely new clauses to an existing agreement.
A Contract Addendum is a separate document that becomes incorporated into an existing contract. You do not physically change the previously signed contract but offer new additions in the form of an addendum.
Contract Addendums are often used when people need to add specific terms to a contract. These can be as minor as deadline extensions or significant changes. When creating a Contract Addendum, it’s essential to use a title indicating the relationship between the addendum and the existing contract. It is recommended to use formatting consistent with the original agreement.
Depending on your state, a Contract Addendum may also be known as:
Contract Addendums are necessary when all parties agree to additional terms. It is always preferable to put things in writing when making changes to an original contract.
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All parties to the original contract must sign the Contract Addendum to make it enforceable. Notarization or witness signatures are not required.
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