5.1 Confidentiality. When providing consulting services under this Agreement, the Consultant may be exposed to certain “Confidential Information” (as defined below) of the Company and be required to use it. The Advisor agrees that the Advisor and the Consultant`s staff, representative or representative do not use such Confidential Information, directly or indirectly, for the benefit of any person, organization or organization other than the Company, nor disclose such Confidential Information without the written permission of the President of the Company, neither during nor after the term of this Agreement. as long as this information retains the characteristics of the confidential information. The consulting contract contains basic contact information for both the customer and the service provider. Proprietary and sensitive information is often shared by both parties during a consulting engagement. This is sometimes protected by a confidentiality agreement (NDA), but if your commitment does not require an extended NDA, it is a good idea to simply include an NDA clause in your consulting contract. For an explanation of this agreement, please see the Surview of Consulting Agreements File. The Company shall not be liable for any accidental, consequential, indirect or special damages, loss of profits or interruptions of service caused or alleged to be caused by the provision or non-performance of the Services. The Customer agrees that, in the event that the Company is held liable for such loss, the Customer`s sole remedy against the Company is limited to the reimbursement of payments made by the Customer for such services, less expenses paid to subcontractors or third parties. The company is not responsible for errors resulting from erroneous or incomplete information provided by the customer to the company. The customer also undertakes not to claim damages going beyond contractual restrictions, directly or indirectly, by actions brought by or against other parties. the company is not liable to the customer for costs, damages or delays due to causes that are not controlled, including, but not limited to, unknown location characteristics; Amendment of directives, amendments with regard to services.
The advisor undertakes not to disclose to third parties the details of the client`s activities, including information relating to the client`s clients and businesses. A consulting contract is a written contract describing the terms of a particular service between a consultant and a client. The terms set forth in this Agreement constitute confidential information and the recipient of the Confidential Information undertakes and agrees to keep confidential information by applying the same due diligence as it would apply to its own Confidential Information. Without the written consent of the other party, the Advisor may not communicate, transfer or transmit confidential information to third parties in whole or in part. Right of withdrawal: the customer has the right to revoke this contract before midnight of the third working day following signature and execution. The customer may revoke this agreement by sending written notice to the company before midnight on the third business day. The termination, which will be sent upon the expiration of this period, may be considered invalid at the sole discretion of the Company. When building your consulting contract, don`t forget a few things. The next part is the list of all the services offered in the consulting contract. A consultant, also called a freelancer or contractor, is a company or individual who provides a client or company with professional services or advice for remuneration. A consultant usually specializes in a particular sector or sector, for example. B marketing, human resources, engineering, etc.
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