2.1 Independent contractors. The consultant is an independent contractor and not an employee, partner or joint venture of the company or in any other service relationship with the company. The manner in which services are provided by consultants is left to the exclusive control and discretion of consultants. The advisor does not have the right to express himself, represent or compel the company without the prior written permission of a company representative. 1.1 Services. The company entrusted Consultant with the provision of services related to the [merger of the project or activity of the company]. Councillor is an advisor [summary of services to be provided to consultants], and the other services described in Schedule A (together, “advice services”). 5.3 Each party accepts that, in the absence of the other party`s explicit written agreement, it does not use the other party`s confidential information for any purpose or transmit it to third parties. Each party undertakes to protect the other party`s confidential information from use or disclosure that has not been authorized by or in accordance with this Agreement by measures, and to exercise a level of caution at least as protective as this, xxxxx or (company name) exercises to preserve the confidentiality of its own proprietary information. , but, in the present circumstances, no less than a level of due diligence. Each party only allows access to the other party`s confidential information by persons (a) who have entered into a written confidentiality agreement with the other party on conditions as restrictive as those set out in it and (b) who, in the course of their duties, require access to the rights of the other party in relation to the rights of the other parties under this agreement. 4.3 Responsibility in case of dismissal.
All equipment provided by the company to the consultant under this contract or the promotion of consulting services, including, but not limited, computers, laptops and personal management tools, are returned to the company immediately after the end of the agreement. The Advisor acknowledges that the provisions of Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this agreement are reasonably necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the company, proportionate in terms of scope and duration and are not overly restrictive. The Advisor also acknowledges that a violation of one of the provisions of Articles 5, 6 or 7 of this agreement will cause irreparable harm to society and that legal protection for breach is insufficient and that, therefore, the company is entitled to demand any fair, but not limited, exemption from termination assistance, and any other remedies available under the legislation or agreement between the parties. The Advisor recognizes that the approval of the harm caused to the business is not a court of order by the protection of the omission. Damages and claims for omission are appropriate remedies and should not be considered alternative remedies. 3.1 Compensation. The company pays the advisor monthly for the services provided to the company under this agreement.