Novation contracts are also included in construction contracts. An example of this would be that a contractor, with the agreement of the procuring entity, entrusts obligations to another contractor, i.e. subcontracting. If the subcontractor assumes full responsibility for the contractor, the instructing party and the subcontractor may conclude a credit novation agreement that would deduct the original contractor from its obligations. Unlike an order that is generally 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 particular ballet dancer, or if the order represents a new and particular burden for the counterparty), a novation is only valid with the agreement of all parties to the original contract.  A contract transferred as part of the novation process transfers all obligations and obligations from the original debtor to the new debtor. However, the borrower must also accept the transfer. While this is easy to achieve in a very small contractual agreement, it is not possible to do so in the case of a syndicated credit agreement that has several parts and agreements. Novation refers to the process of replacing the original contract with a replacement contract by which the original party agrees to waive all rights granted to them by the original contract. .