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H there, I see that clause 4 states that this can be terminated with notice, what notice is that and where is it contained?
Hi there, some minor changes made, together with comments on a couple of clauses. Apart from that it is fine, subject to the discussed notice period clauses being added.
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Where is it stated that commission applies for the lifetime of the client?
ok the contract will be the more important part, but to cover yourself maybe you want to make the advert say something like "on-going monthly/fortnightly/weekly commission for the life-time of the client gained, subject to contract"
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yes it can be but you want to cover yourself as best as possible and not give them any opportunities to try and challenge it so it is about safeguarding your position as best as you can, but not legally necessary
Hi sorry not sure if the upload did not work, I have tried again. In terms of the final quesiton, a corporate entity can only have one status, i.e. limited company or sole trader. You cannot register is as both - you need to choose which one you prefer and register and run it as such. You can have two separate entities running alongside each other but they will have to be registered and run separately
And here is the document again
For some reason it does not work, I think it may be a system issue, please try this instead
Yes that is possible. So for example the reps could have two separate agreements for two different activities, one with each entity
HMRC state that if you do start working as a sole trader you must register with them by 5 October of your business’ second tax year
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