Contract Redlining

Redlining a contract is the process of making changes or additions to a contract after it has been signed by both parties. This can be done for a number of reasons, such as to clarify the terms of the contract, to add new terms, or to remove outdated or unnecessary terms.

When redlining a contract, it is important to keep track of all the changes that are made so that both parties are aware of them and can agree to them. If one party does not agree to the changes, they can refuse to sign the redlined version of the contract.

If you are considering making changes to a contract after it has been signed, it is always best to consult with an attorney beforehand. They can help you understand the legal implications of the changes you want to make and make sure that they are made correctly.

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