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I hired a general contractor to finish my partially built house. The contract I had with him was written like this: It had his name and address. It had bullet points that said Roofing - $11,500 (draw $8,000); Stucco - $22,000 (draw $11,000), Electrical - $19,000 (draw 11,500), Drywall Repair $7,800 (draw $7,800). Literally that's all it said with a place for me and the contractor to sign. Those were the only items mentioned. Later during the course of the project I had him give me separate bids for cabinets, driveway, and sprinkler work. His bids were the lowest so I used him. The contracts for the additional work were oral only, nothing was written. Is the additional work he did considered new and separate contracts or just change orders to the original written contract? Thanks.