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An extension agreement is a document between parties to extend an existing contract. The new document changes the duration of the original contract, and can contain addendum to the original contract upon signing as well. These documents may contain information about the parties in the existing contract, the contract's end date, and the extension's end date.

The parties may choose to add clauses regarding additional provisions in the document as well. An agreement may be added to the existing contract so both parties can compare the differences.

These agreements may be used between a manufacturer and a distributor to extend the date of their original contract. If both parties are satisfied with the current arrangement, they could alter the date to end at a late time. The manufacturer may also want to change the original quota in the contract, and could do so with a contract extension agreement.

Extension Agreements

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