Assignment of Contract to Third Party


Assign your rights and obligations under a contract to a third party with this Assignment of Contract form.

  • The assignor transfers to the assignee all of its interest and rights under the contract, including the right to any sums due and the right to bring legal action.
  • The assignment requires the consent of the other party (parties) to the contract.
  • You can download the Assignment of Contract to Third Party form right after you purchase it.
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Last Updated: 22-Sep-2017
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