In my recollection of law, when a party wants to change the terms of a contract, the other person has to "actively" agree to the changes. Also, to ammend a written contract, a simple "ommision of action" or a verbal agreement is NOT sufficient to change the original contract. You seem to think that the little notices they stuff in with the bill each month count for such. I do not. Futhernore, unless these notices come in the month as a "registered mail," I don't believe the courts should enforce them.Nope. It says in the initial contract that terms are subject to change.
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