Change licence terms agreement

Change licence terms agreement.

Price €9.00
  • Solicitor approved
  • Plain English makes editing easy
  • Guidance notes included
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About this Change licence terms agreement

This is a very short and simple agreement by which you can make one or more changes to an existing agreement without having to re-draw or re-negotiate the whole deal afresh.

Use it for any change or several changes. If the changes you need are extensive, you should consider using a new document.

Use this document when the change you want to make is small, or low value. Use it when a new document would require bureaucratic approvals or entail delay you cannot support.

Do not use it to replace a novation agreement or to change a party to the agreement.

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  • A simple and elegant way to change an agreement with minimum work
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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.

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