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Using Change Orders in Missouri

Plans and circumstances change. This causes frustration for those in the construction industry, where even small variations can result in substantial differences in the cost of a job.

Because of this, contractors should confirm changes in the construction contract via a Change Order. Change orders are used to modify the preexisting agreement of the parties (such as the contractor's promise to perform certain work and the customer's promise to pay for such work). Usually, changes lead to increased costs, additional time to complete the job, and possibly a change of the underlying contractual terms.

These documents identify the parties, the location, the nature of the change, and relevant dates and fees. The completed change order should be kept on file to resolve any potential disputes in regard to extra work performed and additional costs.

This article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice or relied upon as a substitute for speaking with a legal professional. If you have any questions about using a change order, or any other issues related to liens in Missouri, please speak with a qualified attorney.

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