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Hello,

I am a research assistant for my husband who is a Construction Specialist for a So Cal non-profit.

One of the home remodeling contracts that was signed with a contractor had to be rewritten after work had begun because some major funding issues dramatically changed the scope of the project.

The new contract has been signed and I need to find out how to anull the first contract, or add some verbiage to the new one along the lines of "this contract supersedes all other previous contracts assigned to this project etc..."

What is the best way to handle this situation so that there is only one contract in force?

Thanks,
Ana
 

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Take a marker and write VOID across it like you would a check, then both of you sign and date it....sheesh:whistling
 

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Not sure why you signed the 2nd contract without having everything in there you wanted. May be that your company needs at least one more job title, seems you already have a research assistant and a Construction Specialist. Time for a Contract Administrator?

Sorry, I just get a kick out of people that use titles to sound important.
 
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