Revised forms now available in zipForm

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12/21/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

You may notice that some of the TAR and TREC forms in zipForm look a little different. That’s because they were revised, and the current versions were added to your zipForm Plus forms library. The revised forms will be mandatory to use January 1, but you can start using them now.

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How to avoid using outdated forms
A form in your saved zipForm templates automatically updates when revisions are made to that form. So, any new transaction started with a template will include the latest versions of all forms.

But if you copy an existing transaction to use as the basis for a new transaction, the forms attached to that new transaction might be out of date. Forms saved in existing transactions don’t update—and the copied transaction is seen as “existing” by zipForm, even after you save it with a new name.

To avoid risking using outdated forms, start a new transaction and then attach your saved template.

Categories: Forms, Legal
Tags: forms, tar forms, trec forms, zipform, zipform plus, contracts, legal


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