Agreement Correcting The Terms Of The Prior Agreement

If a contract already exists and the party want to modify some element of it whether it's an addition, deletion, correction, or similar change an amendment is an ideal solution.

An amendment doesn't replace the whole original contract, just the part that's changed by the amendment. If a contract requires extensive changes, it's generally wiser to create an entirely new agreement or, alternatively, to create an "amendment and restatement," an agreement in which the prior contract is reproduced with the changes included. 

but for such changes the party has to file an application in respect of changes made in the previous agreement.

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