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Terms of Engagement:
When undertaking the services of Antonio Falco Ltd, 3 Beeston Place, Belgravia, London, SW1W 0JJ, hereinafter known as The Provider:
The purpose of this document is to make clear the following:-
- The service which The Provider is offering (method and style)
- Fee structure
- General terms and conditions
- The Service
2.1 The Provider will carry out the service outlined below
2.2 The Contract shall commence on the date as outlined below but only after The Contract has been signed by both The Company and The Provider
2.3 It is important for The Company to appreciate that The Provider is being employed by The Company to provide a service based on application of skill, not time
Fees cover all costs excepting the following;
3.1 fees (highlighted below) are exclusive of any expenses. Subject to Company authorisation The Company agrees to pay all travel (except those costs to and from the designated Company office as highlighted above), accommodation and subsistence and any other reasonable costs and expenses as incurred by The Provider in connection with the provision of services
3.2 All fees costs and expenses are subject to Value Added Tax at the current rate of the time
3.3 All fees costs and expenses will be specified in Pounds Sterling
3.4 Invoices to be paid in that currency
3.5 All invoices to be settled in full upon submission of invoice
3.6 If, and when, applicable any additional fees costs or expenses (as clauses 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4) will be charged within the next invoice after confirmation (as clause 3.1) and will be payable (as clause 3.5)
Both parties have responsibilities with regard to the successful pursuit of solution(s)
4.1 The Provider is responsible for;
4.1.1 Applying all reasonable skill, care and attention in the pursuit of solution(s)
4.1.2 Maintaining confidentiality with regard to information received connected to The Company and its activities. Permission to use any such information must be requested by The Provider to The Company
4.1.3 The Provider will conduct business between 9.00am and 5.30pm, between Monday and Friday excluding recognised Public Holidays, vacations, illness
4.2 The Company will be responsible for;
4.2.1 Taking note of the suggestions, advice, tasks and direction offered by The Provider in order to achieve a successful outcome and doing so before moving on to further issues
4.2.2 Disclose any issues, situations, company policies that could conflict, hinder and/or halt the progression and pursuit of the aims and objectives
126.96.36.199 Such failures could result in breach of contract and any outstanding fees will become payable immediately
4.2.3 Payment of invoices in accordance with clause 4.7
- Termination & Cancellation
5.1 Should The Company wish to terminate The Contract before the period ending, no fees will be refundable
5.2 The Contract may be terminated with immediate effect in the event that The Company is placed into administration
5.3 A minimum of 48 hours notice must be given for cancellation and/or re-scheduling of an appointment
6.1 At no time will The Provider be responsible or liable for the conduct of the company or any part of the performance and abilities of its products and services. All liability and insurances will rest with The Company. At no time will The Provider be liable for the conduct or standard of work carried out by the company or its employees or sub-contractors. The Provider will not be liable for the interpretation of the suggestions, advice, tasks and direction given to The Company. Appropriate insurance cover for risk, accident or death will be provided by The Company to The Provider
8.2 The Company will not be liable for any tax liability incurred by The Provider
9.0 General Conditions
9.1 Force Majeure – Neither party will be liable to the other for any failure to fulfil obligations caused by circumstances that may reasonably be considered to be outside its control
9.2 The Contract, as well as its performance, will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.
9.3 Resolving Disputes and Jurisdiction – Should any dispute arise between the parties they will endeavour to resolve the dispute in good faith by senior level negotiations. If the dispute is not resolved through negotiations an independent solicitor or accountant will be appointed to arbitrate in the first instance