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Thank you for the information. I can answer your question but if you have anything further to ask then please do as it sounds like there is maybe a bit more going on than you have asked. So basically if there is an addendum and it is signed by both parties then yes it would be legally binding. So if the company is giving you notice, or you are looking to give notice to the company then follow the regulations which are set out in the addendum. However, and not to complicated things, if there has been breach of the contract then you (or they) do not have to give any notice, even if it was written in the original contact.
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If the addendum changes the notice period then you will have to work off the one that is in the addendum. If there is no notice period mentioned in your contract then you would usually use a statutory notice which is one week for every year you have been there. So if you have worked for 3 years you would give (or be given) 3 weeks notice.
Yes it would, it means that you have to give minimum of 4 weeks notice, it doesn't strictly have to say "notice period". This is then notice you, or they would have to give unless the addendum changes that.
Yes, if the addendum states 2 months then you wold have to give two months notice.