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Contract Amendment

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The Contract Amendment is a document used to change one or more provisions of a an existing contract or agreement as an alternative to preparing a new contract.

Multiple amendments should be avoided, especially if one amendment amends a prior amendment. Instead, a single amendment should be prepared which restates and revokes all prior amendments.

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What does contract amendment mean?

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What does the ratify mean?

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