The document is designed for fairness between two equal parties. If you prefer the interest of a party, use our default agreements. The version designed for the company contains a provision that prevents the consultant from addressing clients, either to work directly for them or to provide services directly. This protection is valid for the duration of the contract and for a period after the contract. It also prevents the advisor from passing details on to third parties to do the same. All suspensive agreements contain a guarantee from each party that it is legally entitled to conclude the contract and to fulfil its obligations under the contract. In addition, the consultant can guarantee the client that the services meet all the defined specifications and quality requirements and do not violate the rights of a person or do not violate the law. Many companies use external consultants to advise them, but many do not indicate the conditions and constraints under which the consultant is engaged. Since a company can spend a significant amount of money on the services of a consultant, it is important that both parties clearly indicate what is expected. In addition to the provisions relating to the obligations of the advisor in the standard models of the consulting contract / GTC, the premium documents contain clauses relating to the information of the client, compliance with the wishes and instructions of the client, the provision of the services and (this may be relevant if the project concerns a particular client of the client) the failure to contact the client`s client directly. This document expressly states that any intellectual property established by the advisor or his representative is owned by the client or that it is held in trust by the advisor.
The agreement is tailored to a single fully described work order – probably a standardized service that you offer to all customers, for example. B the provision of a certain number of hours of investment advice. The document is drawn in such a way that the consultant is a company that provides the client with the services of one or more people, but it could be easily modified to conclude a contract with an independent person. This agreement defines the types of confidential information to which the consultant may be exposed, for example. B customer lists and business plans. A consultant is not obliged to use, disclose or authorize the use or disclosure of such information without the prior written consent of the client. The advisor must return or delete all confidential information at the end of the contract. . . .