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posted 2 years ago
What is an addendum example?
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posted 2 years ago
An addendum is an addition or amendment to a document. In legal terms, it is typically an addition to a contract that clarifies or modifies the original agreement. For example, if you purchase a car and find out later that the engine is defective, you might want to add an addendum specifying that the seller must fix or replace the motor under warranty. In academic writing, an addendum can be added to a paper to provide more information or clarification about a topic mentioned in passing. It can also be used to correct errors or mistakes made in the original document.
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posted 2 years ago
Hi Dear, An addendum is an addition to a finished document, (mostly a contract).it could be an attachment or exhibit at the end of such a document. it's to be noticed that there is some juridical elements which have to be respected while parties tend to make an addendum to their finished document. Regards