Amendment to Statement of Work for a Contractor
The statement of work is where the consultant describes the specific nature of their work, the expected hours or deliverables and the compensation the consultant is expected to be paid.
AMENDMENT TO STATEMENT OF WORK
This Amendment To Statement of Work (the “Amendment”) is made by and between [Company Name] (the “Company”), and [Contractor Name] (the “Contractor”)(collectively the “Parties”).
Whereas, the Parties entered into that certain Statement of Work dated [Previous Statement of Work Date] (the “Previous Statement of Work”) attached to that certain Master Independent Contracting Agreement dated [Date of Independent Contractor Agreement]; and
Whereas, the Parties wish to amend and replace the Previous Statement of Work in its entirety as contemplated by the amended Statement of Work attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Amended Statement of Work”);
Now, Therefore, It Is Agreed by and between the parties that the Previous Statement of Work is amended in its entirety as set forth in Exhibit A.
Witness hereof, the Parties have executed this Amendment as of the
date set forth above.
Name: [Company Representaive Name]
Title: [Company Representaive Title]
Name: [Contractor Name]
Exhibit A: Amended Statement of Work
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