When concluding a contract, the parties may face certain problems. Most often they relate to the counterparty's disagreement with certain points. You can try to resolve all issues orally. But sometimes it is necessary to formally draw up a protocol of disagreements.
Having decided what specific clauses of the agreement you do not agree with, start drawing up the protocol. Its name should have the following form: "Protocol of disagreements No.__ to the agreement (title) No.__ dated ___", so that the parties can easily identify it. The date of drawing up the contract may not coincide with the date of registration of the protocol. But it cannot be later than the date of the protocol of disagreements.
Next, make a two-column table. In the first, indicate the points in the counterparty's edition with which you disagree. They must be written in full, indicating the item number. In the second column, detail your proposed changes. You can suggest deleting an item or making changes to it. To do this, in the second column, write the type of proposed changes ("Delete clause ___", "Change clause ___" and state it in the following edition, "etc.).
In addition, you have the right to propose a new clause of the contract, which is not in the original. In this case, in the first column it is necessary to write “Item ___ is missing”. The form of the protocol of disagreements has not been approved by law, however, the proposed type of registration will help to avoid misunderstandings between the parties.
Under the table, indicate that the rest of the clauses of this agreement remain unchanged. Also add a note that if the parties sign the protocol of disagreements, they agree with all the changes made and the contract is considered concluded. In this case, the protocol becomes an integral part of the contract.
Certify the protocol of disagreements with the seal and the same signature as the agreement itself.
In the event that you or your counterparty disagree with the changes proposed in the protocol of disagreements, you or they (depending on who the document was sent to) draw up the settlement protocol. It is drawn up in the same way as the protocol of disagreements, and is sent to the counterparty. Until the revisions of all clauses are agreed upon, the agreement cannot be considered signed. In the event of an insoluble dispute, you have the right to go to court.