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No, that would be misleading and could potentially open you up to legal claims.
It would advise you not to do it.
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I confirm that the third party may be described as working in association with or under contract with you. The length of this association or contract is a matter of negotiation and agreement between you and them.
Yes, it is advisable to have a formal written consultancy agreement, the important things to cover are the scope of services, duration, liability, indemnity, and them not holding out to be your agents and them not entering into legal obligations on your behalf. You should get a solicitor or a law firm to finalise such an agreement, if possible.
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Yes, that is fine.