For example, the original agreement in section 6.1 provides that this agreement will enter into force from the date of entry into force and will remain in force until 31 December 2012. If the parties agree to amend the agreement, both approaches could result in the following amendment clauses: additions and additions. It is quite possible that the parties do not intend to modify a contract, but wish to extend it in terms of scope or nature. This is done through a supplementary or complementary agreement. Although additions often modify existing agreements between the parties, their main purpose is to add something to an existing agreement. From a legal point of view, you can also qualify an addendum as an addendum. The first approach is more concise and has the advantage of depriving it precisely of the change made. The disadvantage would be that the amendment is disconnected from the context, which places the onus on the reader to also consult the underlying agreement. The second approach, which reformulates the entire amended provision, avoids this problem.
A happy medium would be to describe the amendment in the recitals. Transaction agreements. . . .