BizTech Inc. acknowledges that the services provided under this Agreement are provided exclusively as independent contractors. BizTech Inc. will not make any contract or commitment on behalf of the customer. BizTech Inc. also acknowledges that it is not considered a related business or subsidiary of the Customer and that it is not entitled to the Customer`s labor rights or benefits. It is explicitly considered that this undertaking is not a joint venture. It may seem simple at first glance, but it`s important that you distinguish the types of services you offer. The most lucrative types of consulting contracts include both an initial single project and ongoing monthly services, and you need to separate them and all other unique service types in your contract. The answers to these and many other questions must be definitively covered in your consulting contract, and today we will cover all these key components and provide you with a solid, downloadable template that you can use in PDF and Google Doc forms. If you do not differentiate your services, you may find yourself in problematic situations where the client asks for additional work or claims not to have understood that he accepts the work in progress. If you spell everything out in your contract, you can simply show them the contract and clarify things. BizTech Inc.
provides and maintains detailed invoices and provides, upon request, backup documentation for a period of one year from the respective billing date. The customer must pay in full for the services within thirty days of invoicing. When BizTech Inc. brings an action for recovery of sums due under this Agreement, it is entitled to recover its recovery costs, including reasonable attorneys` fees, in addition to all damages. Most independent consultants and contractors significantly underestimate what should be covered in an advisory contract: 5.3 Each party undertakes not to use or pass on to third parties confidential information of the other party without the explicit written consent of the other party. Each Party undertakes to protect the other Party`s Confidential Information from any use or disclosure other than as permitted by or in accordance with this Agreement and exercises a certain degree of diligence at least as protective as the xxxxx or the name of the company, in order to ensure the confidentiality of its own protected information. but nothing less than a degree of due diligence in the circumstances. Each Party shall allow access to the other Party`s confidential information only to persons who have entered into a written confidentiality agreement with the other Party on such restrictive terms as those set out therein and (b) who, in accordance with their obligations, require access to the other Party in connection with the rights of the other Parties under this Agreement. . . .