COVID-19 Addendum to the Agreement of Sale

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The COVID-19 Addendum to the Agreement of Sale can be used to modify the terms of the sales agreement in the event third-party services become unavailable or so limited that meeting deadlines in the sales agreement are impossible or impractical.

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Revisions Updated 03/2020

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