The Innovation Agreement (or The Act) defines what happens to the commitments arising from the original contract. In a typical innovation, the outgoing party would be free of liabilities and the incoming party would inherit those obligations. However, that is the decision of the parties; they may even decide that the outgoing party remains responsible for all debts arising from the original contract. Note that in some agreements where there is a transfer ban, it is sometimes possible to find the reserve of certain rights in order to establish a position of trust or to ensure security on the purpose of the agreement. The renewal of the contract frees up the outgoing party from future obligations that may arise. This is a key difference between innovation and assignment. Contracts often require the agreement of the other party before a transfer can take place. Some contracts expressly prohibit assignment. But even if there is such a wording in the Treaty, there is nothing to prevent you from asking the party to accept the assignment, when you should be careful to write down each agreement. This term is also used in markets where there is no centralized clearing system, such as swap trading. B and some OTC derivatives, in which “Novation” refers to the process in which one party can delegate its role to another party called “entering the contract.” This corresponds to the sale of a future contract. Unlike an order that is universally valid as long as the other party is terminated (unless the obligation is specific to the debtor, as in a personal service contract with a certain ballet dancer, or if the assignment would involve a new and particular burden for the counterparty), an innovation is valid only with the agreement of all parties to the original agreement.  A contract transferred through the innovation procedure transfers all obligations and obligations from the original debtor to the new debtor.
When consulting with a client, you should be aware of the requirements of a valid Novation and the consequences for the incoming and outgoing novations if a novation can be avoided at the time of the development of the innovation. A precedent: the Novation Agreement – the long form is provided.