This document has been reviewed for compliance with current best practices and has received some general adaptations and improvements that further clarify some important areas, including a new requirement to attach a true copy of the amended agreement as a timetable. New provisions have also been added to cover situations in which a guarantor has guaranteed certain obligations under the agreement to be amended. At any time, the contracting parties are free to agree among themselves that they wish to amend a contract. Therefore, even if there is no modification clause like the one mentioned above, the parties can agree to modify their contract by a similar method, or even with another method. We recommend that all deviations from a contract be always in writing. In this way, there is no doubt about what has been agreed between the parties. For more information, see the following document: Guide: Formalities for signing contracts. Do you need help with an act of modification or are you looking for contract lawyers? Call us on 1800 355 455 or fill out the form below. The parties agree that this Agreement may only be amended in writing and that the amendment must be signed by both Parties. Depending on the type of signature of the party (for example. B a company, an individual entrepreneur, a partnership, LLP, etc.), the form of the execution clause used in a document varies. The implementing clauses of the model are set out in the guides above and should, where appropriate, be used instead of the basic clauses of the individual director contained in this document.
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