5.1 Obligation of Confidentiality. In providing consulting services under this Agreement, the Consultant may be exposed and require the use of certain “Confidential Information” (as defined below) of the Company. The Consultant agrees that the Consultant and its employees, agents or representatives shall not use such Confidential Information, directly or indirectly, for the benefit of any person, entity or organization other than the Company, or shall not disclose such Confidential Information without the written permission of the President of the Company during or after the expiration of the term of this Agreement. as long as this information retains the characteristics of the confidential information. Cancelling a construction contract is always a risky step. It is important that you seek the advice of your Lakeland construction lawyers who have experience in contract law and termination. 3.1 Indemnification. The Company will pay the Consultant ____ $ per month for the services provided to the Company under this Agreement. The monthly allowance is paid on the first of the month following the month in which the services were provided.

The monthly remuneration is paid regardless of the number of hours of consultation performed by the consultant in a given month. [Another option is to pay by the hour and request monthly documentation. The monthly allowance would be reduced by the hourly rate for the number of hours spent less than the hours spent.] 9.3 Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement and constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes all prior written or oral discussions and understandings with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. 5.3 Company Ownership. The Consultant agrees that all plans, manuals and specific documents developed by the Consultant on behalf of the Company in connection with the services provided under this Agreement are and shall remain the exclusive property of the Company. Immediately after the expiration or termination of this Agreement or at the Request of the Company, the Consultant shall return to the Company all documents and tangible elements, including samples, provided to the Consultant or created by the Consultant for use in connection with the services to be provided under this Agreement, including, but not limited to, all Confidential Information, as well as all copies and summaries thereof. 4.4 Survival.

The provisions of Articles 5, 6, 7 and 8 of this Agreement shall survive the termination of this Agreement and shall remain in full force and effect thereafter. The Consultant acknowledges that the provisions of Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this Agreement are reasonably necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the Company, are reasonable in scope and duration and are not excessively restrictive. The Consultant further acknowledges that any breach of any of the terms of Sections 5, 6 or 7 of this Agreement will cause irreparable harm to the Company and that a remedy in the event of breach of contract is inadequate and that the Company is therefore entitled to seek all reasonable remedies, including but not limited to, injunctive and other remedies available under applicable law or the agreement between the parties. are. The Consultant acknowledges that the award of damages to the Company does not prevent a court from ordering an injunction. Damages and injunctive relief are reasonable remedies and should not be considered as other remedies. 4.3 Liability for Termination. Any equipment that the Company provides to the Consultant in connection with or promotion of the Consultant`s services under this Agreement, including but not limited to computers, laptops and personal management tools, will be returned to the Company immediately upon termination of this Agreement. An explanation of this agreement can be found under the Overview section of the consulting contract information package. 1.6 Reporting. The Consultant shall regularly provide the Company with written reports on its observations and conclusions relating to the Consulting Services.

Upon termination of this Agreement, the Consultant shall, at the request of the Company, prepare a final report on the Consultant`s activities. There are two different types of contract termination, “for cause” and “for convenience”. To view the second half of this article, please see Section 2.3.2 Refund. The Company undertakes to reimburse the Consultant for all actually reasonable and necessary expenses directly related to the Consulting Services. These expenses include, but are not limited to, travel expenses (e.g., flight.B, hotel, temporary accommodation, meals, parking, taxis, kilometres, etc.), telephone calls and postal charges. Expenses incurred by the Consultant will be reimbursed by the Company within 15 days of the Consultant`s written request for reimbursement. 1.5 External Services. The Consultant may not use the services of any other person, entity or organization to perform its functions without the prior written consent of an officer of the Company.

If the Company consents to the use of the Services of any other natural, legal or organizational person by the Consultant, no information about the Services to be provided under this Agreement will be disclosed to such person, entity or organization until such person, entity or organization enters into an agreement to protect the confidentiality of the Company`s Confidential Information (as defined in Article 5) and has entered into absolute ownership and complete of all the rights of the company. Title and interest in the work performed under this Agreement. As Lakeland`s construction lawyer, we recommend that you use contract termination as a last resort. However, if a contract termination becomes necessary, it is imperative that contractors follow the termination provisions of their contract until the last letter. Termination of the contract terminates the contractual rights and obligations of one or both parties prior to the completion of the project, which is why it is essential that contractors include in their construction contracts detailed provisions describing the terms of a party terminating the contract. 9.5 Modification. Any modification, termination or attempted waiver of this Agreement or any provision thereof shall be effective only if signed in writing by the party against whom it is to be enforced. 1.1 Services. The Company has engaged a consultant to provide services related to the [summary of the Corporation`s project or activities]. The Consultant will provide [Summary of Services to be Provided] and the other services described in Appendix A (collectively, the “Consulting Services”). However, termination for convenience occurs when a contract is terminated, when there is no breach of contract by the other party.

Instead, a termination for convenience is only legal if it is expressly stipulated in the contract. A termination clause is usually added to contracts because it allows both parties to terminate their liabilities in a manner that does not result in litigation or prejudice to either party. It allows the contractor to collect all payments for completed work, and the owner can avoid paying damages for the completion of the project. 7.2 Prohibition of Solicitation. The Consultant undertakes and agrees that, during the term of this Agreement, the Consultant shall not, directly or indirectly, through an existing company, non-legal entity, affiliate, successor employer or otherwise employee or independent contractor employed by the Company, engage on a part-time basis, consultation, consultation or otherwise, except on behalf of the Company, recruits, hires or cooperates with it, except on behalf of the Company, while the Consultant provides services to the Company. 1.3 Confidentiality. In order for the Consultant to provide the Consulting Services, it may be necessary for the Company to provide the Consultant with confidential information (as defined below) about the Company`s activities and products. The Company will rely heavily on the integrity and prudent judgment of the Advisor to use such information only in the best interests of the Company. Termination for a valid reason can only take place if one of the parties cannot fully fulfil its contractual obligations.

An example of this would be a contractor who terminates his contract for cause because the owner has not paid it within the period specified in the contract. However, an owner could also terminate a contract for cause if the contractor is unable to perform the work according to the contract schedule. 1.4 Standard of Conduct. When providing consulting services under this agreement, the consultant must meet high professional standards of work and business ethics. The Consultant may not use any of the Company`s time, materials or equipment without the company`s prior written consent. Under no circumstances shall the Consultant take any action or accept support or participate in activities that would result in the acquisition by any university, government agency, research institute or any other person, organization or organization of any kind whatsoever on the results of the work performed by or for the Company. 1.2 Time and Availability. The Consultant will spend _________ hours per month providing the services mentioned herein to the Company. The Consultant has the discretion to choose the dates and times at which he provides these consulting services during the month, taking into account the needs of the Company. If the Company deems it necessary for the Consultant to provide more than ____ hours per month, the Consultant is not obliged to perform this work until the Consultant and the Company have agreed on a rate of remuneration. .