A contract may be modified, as long as both you and the vendor agree on the modification.

Such a modification must be made in writing and be clearly related to the contract, for example by including a reference to the contract number. The modification must describe the changes agreed upon, including:

  • any changes in price;
  • any changes in the amounts payable;
  • any changes in the terms of payment.

Once the contract is signed by the purchaser and the vendor, the modification is deemed part of the contract.

Last update : May 6, 2020

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