The Agreement Is Ongoing
I wrote about the abuse of the base, as in a timely basis. See this 2007 contribution. But stupidly, I didn`t think of the most jargontastic variant, on an ongoing basis. Never use it. If you ever have, ask forgiveness from the drawing gods. Do you agree that current contracts are better than short-term contracts? Perhaps you prefer the diversity that short-term contracts imply? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and be sure to check out the second part to read some of the benefits that short-term contracts have over current contracts. The licensee will immediately disclose to BioLine all essential information about the drug, including, but without restriction, its development and the proposed clinical trials that arise after the date of execution of this contract, of which the licensee is informed. Extended to new conditions. If [PARTY B] opts for an extension in accordance with paragraph [OPTIONS FOR RENEWAL], the parties enter into a new franchise agreement under the current form of [PARTY A]`s franchise agreement at the time. Some service agreements include agreements (for example.
B non-competitors and non-disclosure of confidential information) that should go beyond the duration of the agreement. Make sure that the actual duration of these pacts is clearly defined (for example. B in a defined term, “limited period”), and that these alliances are expressly defined in the “survival clause.” Does not contravene these or other agreements with [PARTY A] or expire, and it is often assumed that current contracts with a fixed monthly price generally offer a lower rate of pay than short-term contracts billed every hour. The company is committed to providing confidential information at all times that it deems necessary or desirable in order to assist the executive in carrying out its tasks. If you can ask your client to agree to a minimum termination period of z.B two weeks, this will help you ensure that, if they wish to terminate the current contract, you have sufficient time to find other work before your current contract expires.