Amendement-to-a-Contract-Template

Amendment to Contract

$75

Sometimes after you’ve signed a contract, you or your client wants to make a change to the terms of the contract.  How do you go about doing that?  The answer is – with amendments.

The Details

You’ve signed a contract and now, either you or the other party wants to change a term of the contract. Maybe it’s the event date, the fees, the delivery schedule. Whatever the change might be, you’ll need an amendment to the contract to document that revised term.

What's Inside
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