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Making a Joinder Agreement
If you want to include an additional party to an agreement, then you will need a Joinder Agreement. This document is used to add extra parties to an existing agreement, as if the added party was an original party to the agreement.
Typically, Joinder Agreements are used in connection to LLC Operating Agreements and Shareholder Agreements.
Joinder Agreements are typically used to add an additional party to an existing agreement. If you would like to make substantive changes to the body of the original agreement, then an amendment should be used instead.
A Joinder Agreement is a fairly straightforward document that does not make any substantial changes to the terms set forth in the original agreement. You only need to compile a few pieces of information to make one.
You will need:
Information about the party creating the Joinder Agreement, including a business representative and title (if applicable)
Information about the party being added to an existing agreement, including a business representative and title (if applicable)
The date the original agreement was made