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In general, the law defines the word “contract” as a legally binding agreement made between two or more parties that outlines the rights and duties governing their arrangement. Contracts can be created through either an oral or written agreement
When negotiating a contract, or after a contract has been signed, you may want to modify, or change, the contract. For the most part, contract modifications require the agreement of all parties to the contract
The changes may mean adding or altering the values of the contract in the entry component of the agreement, on the Special Payment Terms page on the Related Project page. Parties often make changes to their contracts when they are active