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this module deals with the issues that can arise when one party alleges the parties agreed to modify an existing contract classical contract doctrine treated the modified agreement as a separate contract from the original agreement to be enforceable a modification required its own manifestation of mutual assent and consideration the need for separate consideration often cause problems when a modification changed only one partys contractual obligations for example lets say a tailor was originally employed to work for a year for $90 a week and then six months later the tailor requested a raise and his employer agreed to pay him an extra twenty dollars a week that modification changed the employers contract obligations the employer used to be obligated to pay ninety dollars a week and is now obligated to pay a hundred and ten a week but the tailors contractual obligations were not modified in any way under the original agreement he was obligated to work and under the modified agreemen