The transfer of sales contracts is subject to the Single Code of Commerce (“UCC”) in the provisions of S. 2-209 amendment, resignation and waiver. A transfer agreement, sometimes called contract assignment, allows you to transfer your contractual rights and obligations to another party. If you are z.B. a contractor who needs help in concluding a contract, you can assign duties and privileges to a subcontractor as long as the original contract does not prohibit the award of these rights and obligations. You should include in your transfer agreement information such as the name of the person giving contractual obligations (called “The Zendesucher Researcher”); The recipient of contractual rights and obligations (so-called “agent”); the other party to the original contract (called “The Debtor”); The name of the contract and its expiry date If the original contract requires the debtor`s agreement before the rights are transferred; Whether the debtor`s consent has been obtained; The effective date of the agreement and what state laws govern the agreement. Other names for this document: assignment of contract, contract of assignment, contract of assignment The assignment of contracts involving the provision of services is governed by the common law in the “second termination of the contract” (the “restatement”). The rest is a non-binding authority throughout the U.S. common law in the area of contracts and commercial transactions. Although the rest is not binding, it is often invoked by the courts to explain its motivation in the interpretation of contractual disputes. Prior to the use of this document, the original contract is consulted to ensure that an assignment is not prohibited and that all necessary authorizations from the other party to the original contract, known as an obligor, have been obtained. Once this is done, the document can be used. The agreement contains important information such as the identity of all parties to the agreement, the expiry date (if any) of the original contract, whether the original contract requires the debtor`s consent prior to the transfer of the rights and, if so, the form of consent that the client received and when, and what state laws govern the interpretation of the agreement.