Question by  kleewhee (18)

What can I do about unfair contract terms?

If I agree with some, but not all of the terms of a contract, do I have the right to make changes to it?


Answer by  patti (29325)

You can negotiate anything in the contract BEFORE YOU SIGN. Both parties must agree, then sign. One party cannot change the document as that invalidates the contract from the start.


Answer by  madjoker (67)

If you are not in agreement with all of the contract terms then do not sign the contract. Have the contract rewritten to meet both of the individuals needs.


Answer by  withluck (1745)

You should never sign a contract unless you agree to all the terms specified. The contract can be rewritten in a way that both parties agree to all the terms. Terms need to be ironed out before signing, never after.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

If you already signed the contract, you have no recourse. If you haven't signed it, strike out those portions and initial the changes.


Answer by  John (9008)

If a contract has not yet been signed, either party can make changes if the other party agrees to them. However, if both parties do not agree, then they may not be able to enter into a contract. Usually, once a contract is signed, it is final.

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