Non-invitation and non-competition clauses also fall to the client and whether he or she wants to prevent the claimant from unfairly competing or recruiting business for a period of time. 6.3 The service provider confirms that it only processed the Customer`s personal and personal information in accordance with the Customer`s instructions and that it only agreed it for the purpose of providing the Services or, in writing, with the Customer. E. COUNTERPARTS. The contracting parties agree that facsimile signatures must be as effective as the originals. This agreement can be carried out in inconclusive facsimile parts, all of which together constitute the same agreement. 1.1 xxxxxx will provide (company name) consulting services, as agreed and described in the attached work statement. All consulting services to be provided as part of this sub-activity are called services. The parties can use this agreement for several working statements.
Any work instruction must relate to this agreement. The ownership of the address of the materials. The best practice is to determine which party retains ownership rights to materials manufactured during the employment contract. The rights may be retained by the service provider or exclusively granted to the client according to the contractual agreement. 2.1 (company name) will offer xxxx other support services, such as the company and xxx get along later. Identify the customer and the service provider. 5.3 Each party agrees not to use the other party`s confidential information for any purpose or to disclose it to third parties without the explicit written consent of the other party. 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.
6.1 xxxx ensures that the services to be provided under this agreement will be provided in a professional manner in accordance with generally accepted industry standards and practices. (company name) accepts that xxxx is alone and exclusive for the services covered by this limited guarantee, at the sole discretion of non-compliance or reimbursement of service fees paid for the relevant company board. 2.1 The customer made an application and agreed to pay the service fee in exchange for the service provider providing the services. 5.2 Confidential information includes all information classified as proprietary and confidential by a party to the publication, confidential information remaining the exclusive property of the revealing party, unless the ownership of that confidential information is expressly stipulated in the agreement. Items are not considered confidential information when: (a) are made available to the public as being in violation of the recipient`s consent; (b) to be properly received by a third party who does not violate any obligation of confidentiality; (c) be developed independently of one party without having access to the other party`s confidential information; or (d) that the recipient is rightly known at the time of disclosure, as evidenced by his written recordings.