A contact supplement is a document used to make one or more changes to an existing contract or agreement without invalidating it. A contract supplement is added to the initial contract or agreement as a separate document. A contract supplement adds certain conditions to an existing contact without cancelling the entire contract. The waiver of a breach or the acceptance of a minor modification may take place during a contract without the need for a supplement. In the context of legal contracts, consent or waiver is the voluntary agreement to maintain the contract, even if a short period of time has not been respected. A contract supplement should be used if you need to make minor changes to a contract or agreement. In general, this is the case when a contract term does not work as intended and needs to be adapted, for example. B a simple change of date or if you need to add or remove a clause. A contribution to the contract should contain the following information:. .
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