Contract Amendment definition

Contract Amendment means a written document signed by the School District/Public Entity that is issued for the purpose of making changes in the Contract.
Contract Amendment means a signed document that is issued for the purpose of making changes in the Contract.

Examples of Contract Amendment in a sentence

  • The time of completion shall be extended by Contract Amendment for a period of time equal to the time that results or effects of such delay prevent the delayed party from performing in accordance with this Contract.

  • Contract Amendment Subject to applicable laws, no variation in or modification of the terms of this Contract shall be made except by written amendment signed by the parties.

  • The Contract may be modified only through a Contract Amendment within the scope of the Contract signed by the Procurement Officer.

  • The Contract may be modified only through a Contract Amendment within the scope of the Contract.

  • Dividing Payment Units is a contract modification which requires a Timber Sale Contract Amendment.


More Definitions of Contract Amendment

Contract Amendment means a written document that is authorized by the District Representative and issued by District for the purpose of making changes to the Contract.
Contract Amendment means any written alteration in the specifications, delivery
Contract Amendment means a written modification of a contract under A.R.S. § 41-2503(8) or a unilateral exercise of a right contained in the contract.
Contract Amendment means a written document signed by the District Representative that is issued for the purpose of making changes in the Contract.
Contract Amendment means a written order to the Company for additions, deletions or other revisions to the Work as specified in the Contract Documents.