Form 101HI-C: Home Improvement Contract Change (Reusable PDF Format)
Revised for 2018 lien laws and notices. Changes are a part of any home improvement job. Extra Work and Change Orders become part of the contract once the order is prepared in writing and signed by the parties prior to the commencement of any work covered by the new change order.
The order must describe the scope of the extra work or change, the cost to be added or subtracted from the contract, and the effect the order will have on the schedule of progress payments. The Owner may not require the Contractor to perform extra work without written authorization.
A change order is not enforceable against the Owner unless the Change Order identifies the following in writing:
- (a) the scope of work
- (b) the amount to be added or subtracted from the contract
- (c) the effect the change order may have on the progress payments or completion date
However, Contractors failure to provide the foregoing information does not preclude Contractor recovery based on legal or equitable remedies designed to prevent unjust enrichment. BNI Form 101HI Home Improvement Changes PDF Download has been designed by a team of lawyers to protect you, the contractor.
Some states, like California, Texas, and Hawaii have special attachments a contractor is required to hand to the owner when presenting a contract, in order to comply with state consumer-protection laws.
Check with your state's licensing board to find if attachments are required. This document is a PDF Download. This Adobe Acrobat (pdf) file can be saved an unlimited number of times with all the specific contract data you enter intact.
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