The Notices clause in the general provisions section of an agreement defines how notice of any adjustment or change is to be made, where notice may be made, and when the notice is deemed to have been received. The clause works in conjunction with other provisions of the agreement stating the circumstances when notice is required. See also Kingsley Martin’s for a full description of notices in contracts.

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Last updated: May 6, 2012

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