An addendum to a contract is an addition or change to the terms of an existing contract that is signed by all parties to the original agreement, according to The Law Dictionary. It describes any changes or modifications ... More »

When writing an addendum to a contract, it is important to reference the original contract in order to be as clear as possible. For serious contractual agreements, it is best to consult with an attorney to consider both ... More »

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Real estate addendum forms are not limited to a particular type of information and contain anything that helps to explain, inform or clear up any of the terms in the original contract, says About. A real estate addendum ... More »

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An addendum to an existing contract should include an acknowledgement of the original contract agreement, the terms of the agreement's renegotiation, and any and all changes to the agreement. The addendum should be signe... More »

A nondisclosure agreement is a contract where a receiver of confidential, proprietary information, promises to not disclose that information without authorization, according to Nolo's Plain English Law Dictionary. A nond... More »

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Rocket Lawyer notes that in order to write a legally binding sublease agreement contract, the original tenant needs to list the location of the residence, how long the sublease agreement lasts, rent and security deposit ... More »

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A consignment contract typically includes the names and addresses of the parties to the contract, the specifications of the consignment merchandise and the terms of the contract, according to the Houston Chronicle. It al... More »

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