posted a year ago
Contract addendum
Does an addendum override a contract?
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posted a year ago
An addendum to a legal contract is any document added after the signing of the agreement that modifies its contents while keeping the remainder of the contract intact. This is also referred to as a contract amendment or an amending agreement; however, in most cases, an amendment is not done using a distinct document. Addenda are not enforceable unless they conform to the provisions of the original contract.
posted a year ago
There's no simple answer to this question, as it can depend on several factors. An addendum is essentially an amendment to a contract, so it can be used to change specific provisions in the contract. However, an addendum can also add new conditions to the contract. So, whether or not an addendum overrides a contract depends on what the addendum says and how it affects the rest of the contract. If you're trying to figure out whether an addendum overrides a contract, you'll need to look at the language used in both the original contract and the addendum. Based on that language, you'll need to determine whether the intent of the addendum