|Question about using addendums||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Chris Terbrueggen (christopher402gmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 22:16:29 -0700 (PDT)|
Greeting, we are working on writing several policies for Linden Cohousing, formerly CohoMadison. We are using addendums to write operational suggestions for the committee that will be in charge of implementing the policy or the addendum clarifies specific ideas in the policy that are complicated. "An addendum is something added to a previously existing written document – usually a contract <https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/knowledge/finance/intercreditor-agreement/>. Typically, it is either a more detailed explanation of something already noted in a contract or a proposed change to the contract. The word addendum, or the plural addenda, is derived from the Latin word *addere*, which means “must be added.” I would like some feedback on using addendums. Here are my questions. Do you think addendums are helpful when clarifying cohousing policies before they are approved? After the policy is approved, does your governance bylaws explain how policies are amended compared to addendums? Or, does the committee, who has the responsibility of implementing the policy, have free rain to alter the addendum? Thanks, Chris Terbrueggen Linden Cohousing
- Question about using addendums Chris Terbrueggen, April 15 2019
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