The parties may adapt this amendment to their individual needs and use it, for example, with transaction confirmations, the EEI agreement, the WSPP agreement (in accordance with Article 32.10) and long-term electricity capture or resource-specific tolling agreements. For example, the WSPP agreement is governed by Utah law (although California municipalities and authorities sometimes enter into Mastery Confirmation Agreements that amend California legislation) and the IED is governed by New York law. This is provided for by both the EEI Agreement (§10.6) and the WSPP Agreement (§24), so that without this section, the contract would require the strange result of the application of New York or Utah law to the performance issues of companies acting in California on a California computer system. Like Article 4 of the EIA Agreement and Section 21.3 of the SURSPP Agreement. If this change is a WSPP transaction or an EEI agreement, this definition is correct and can be completely omitted. . . .