There are other clauses contained in the consulting contract to ensure that you do not skip any duration or commitment during the consultation period. Other important sections are the “Insurance and Guarantees” section, which contains the advisor`s statements. The section on the right to omission states that the company can legally prevent the consultant from disclosing information if necessary. The full contractual clause states that this consulting contract is the complete agreement, that no other contract or other duration is to be respected. The opt-out limits the liability you owe to the advisor for damages or expenses, including attorneys` fees or court costs. Then, it is the lawyer`s fees clause that decides who will pay these fees if necessary. The non-waiver clause determines what must be done in the event of a waiver. The “Remedy offences” section is in the event of an offence committed by the counsellor. The section on current legislation stipulates that the consultant carries out his activities in accordance with the laws of the region in which the company and the consultant are established. The salvatorial clause states that while some parts of the treaty are considered unenforceable, the others are nevertheless legally binding. The scope clause of the agreement states that every aspect of the agreement is applied to the widest extent possible by law. The additional work clause states that the company compensates the advisor if he or she needs to perform additional work that is not included in the service exhibit.
Finally, the “Communications” section agrees that all other communications will be in writing and sent to the company`s address or the consultant`s address. The last clause requires both the signatures of the company representative and the advisors in the space indicated, as well as their name and title. The agreement represented in the document preview can be viewed in one of the file formats (displayed in the registration area) by selecting the “PDF”, “Word” or “ODT” button. Three similar links have been added at the top for convenience. You can use the same “Adobe PDF”, “Microsoft Word (.docx)” or “Open Document Type (. ODT) ” with these links. . . .