Contract law is the legal
specialty that addresses the creation and execution of contracts. The rules and
regulations established in contract law indicate that a contract is a legally
binding document. Therefore, once a contract is signed by all participating
parties, these individuals are legally obligated to adhere to the conditions
outlined in the contract.
Following the authorization of
the contract, a participating party cannot choose to alter the contract. The
terms and conditions of the contract can only be altered or modified if all
parties agree to the changes. In the event that this occurs, a new contract
will need to be created.
The new contract will detail any modifications made to
the original contract. However, if one participating party opposed the alteration
of the original contract, then the contract cannot be modified. The party who
wanted to alter the contract conditions will be required to adhere to the terms
of the original contract.