The notification clause shall set out how all notifications are made under this Agreement. The advisor can be paid or compensated in many different ways. If a certain amount (rate) is paid to the advisor for each period, use “hour by hour”, “weekly”, “monthly” or “annual” as needed. If a certain fixed amount is to be paid to the advisor for the entire benefit under the contract, use the “fixed amount”. If the compensation includes multiple payments or includes trade in services or goods, use “Other”. If you have a specific rate for services provided with additional compensation, use this question for the base rate and use the “Additional compensation” question to describe the additional compensation. This standard consulting contract defines the legal relationship between a company that provides consulting services to another in the province of British Columbia, but it can be used anywhere. Feel free to adapt it to your contractual needs and use it. Keep this in mind, though; It`s always a good idea to have a contract checked by a lawyer before signing it. Choose the type of currency for all sums of money (compensation, expenses, etc.) to which this agreement refers.
The parties to the consulting contract are the client and the advisor. The client is the natural or the company that uses the consulting services, while the advisor is the nature or the company that provides the consulting services. 2.1 (company name) provides other support services for xxxx, as the company and xxx agree a posteriori. The “Capacity/Independent Contractor” clause states that the consultant is engaged as a supplier or independent consultant and not as an employee of the client. Please note that concealing an employment relationship as a self-employed contractor is illegal in order to prevent workers from being forced to pay benefits such as holiday pay, pension, workers` allowance and income tax. A court may find that an employment relationship is an employment/employer relationship when the person hired is closely monitored and directed by the tenant. As a rule, an independent contractor provides a qualified service, is paid for a given result, controls how the services are provided, can refuse additional work and usually bears the costs of repairing defective work. A court would consider all of these factors when deciding whether a particular employment relationship is a fictitious contract. As a consultant, you can use a consulting contract before providing services to another company or individual. As a client, you should also use an agreement if you ask a consultant to provide services to your business. The written agreement is only the first step in determining contracting status.
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