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Quickie need your help not an expert on contract and helping a family member out.

 

I received a signed company contract today all the information is correct apart from a slight typo on the landord address.(relative is landlord) should be rd rather than ave.

 

The company has been made aware of this and are fine.

 

Is this ok to leave it(maybe initial it) or should a new contract be drawn up?

 

 

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From what I have gathered it should ok, in the worse case scenario the court would construe the agreement according to the intent of the parties.

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By company contract I assume you mean a tenancy agreement with the company as the 'tenant'. If so, theres no problem with the minor typo.

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Precisely and thanks

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