An agreement or list that is added to a contract, agreement, or other document such as a letter of intent. FHA and VA require that an addendum be added to or incorporated in a sales contract, if it is written prior to the appraisal.
(Addenda) Written information adding to, clarifying or modifying the bidding documents. An addendum is generally issued by the owner to the contractor during the bidding process and as such, addenda are intended to become part of the contract documents when the construction contract is executed. [Go to source
An agreement or list that is added to a contract, agreement, or other document such as a letter of intent. (i.e.) A 6% seller concession for closing costs which is added to the contract after the original contract is signed will be included on addendum.
Something added. (A list added to a document, letter or contract.) Additional Principal Payment - A payment made by a borrower of more than the scheduled principal amount due, in order to reduce the outstanding balance on the loan, to save on interest over the life of the loan and/or pay off the loan early. Adjoining - touching or contiguous to. Adjudication - A judgment or decision by a court.
Buyers Counter Offer Lead-Based Paint Addendum Option Agreement Promissory Note Private Well Addendum Rental / Lease Application & Agreement Real Estate Purchase & Sale Agreement Seller Property Disclosure Statement Sellers Counter Offer Termination Agreement Addendum A written Contract used to change or modify an existing Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement. Back To Question List
Something that is added and thus made part of a document. Quite often a real estate listing agreement or sales contract is a pre-printed form and thus may not have the space within the document to include specific and detailed information that the parties to the contract wish to include.
An addition to a document that forms part of it. Similar to a Schedule to an Agreement of Purchase and Sale. May be used to add specific and detailed information material to the contract or upon which contractual terms are based.
A supplement to any document that contains additional information pertinent to the subject. Appraisers use an addendum to further explain items for which there was inadequate space on the standard appraisal form.
The document published on the day of the auction containing all of the corrections, changes and additions to details within the catalogue. It is important that you read this document before bidding to see if there is anything significant against your lot. We will be compiling these amendments right up until the auction day. The most up to date copy is always available from our office; please ask for our ‘Erratum'. The Addendum forms part of the contract of sale.
An addendum is a supplemental addition to a given main work. It may correct errors, explain inconsistencies or otherwise detail or update the information found in the main work, especially if any such problems were detected too late to correct the main work. For example, the main work could have had already been printed and the cost of destroying the batch and reprinting is deemed too high.
A notice read by the auctioneer at the auction and/or posted at the sale location. Saleroom announcements may amend information in the catalogue in accordance with the Conditions of Sale/Business. It is the bidder's responsibility to find out about this information by contacting the specialist department.
There's another way to look at DOF that confuses the hell out of beginners but is nevertheless very relevant: Regardless of what focal length is used, at a given aperture the DOF is always the same as long as the subject is exactly the same size on the focal plane. The main difference between focal lengths is therefore the perspective and how out of focus the background appears to be. _______________________________________________________