Non Exclusive Consulting Agreement

The salvatoriale clause states that if the courts find that a clause in the contract is invalid or unenforceable, the validity of the other provisions of the treaty is not affected. The parties to the consulting contract are the client and the advisor. The client is the natural or the company that uses the consulting services, while the advisor is the nature or the company that provides the consulting services. The advisory contract indicates the remuneration to be paid to the advisor, usually an agreed hourly rate or a fixed amount in cash at regular intervals. In some cases, the agreement states that bonuses or other incentive remuneration are available, and outlines the conditions for earning them. The agreement should also provide for the reimbursement of expenses, for example. B related to travel or business development, as well as potential benefits to be offered.