These are topics that are important to record in Telemarketing List an agreement. 1. Term and cancellation In principle, it follows from the law that the client can terminate the agreement at any time. Unless there are good reasons to do so, the contractor can only Telemarketing List terminate the agreement if the agreement is valid for an indefinite period and does not end upon completion. This means that it is more difficult for the contractor to terminate the Telemarketing List agreement and the client can simply do so.
As a contractor, you naturally do not want Telemarketing List your client to cancel the agreement from one day to the next. Then you can miss income. It is therefore wise to include certain grounds for dissolution of the agreement, such as bankruptcy. And to Telemarketing List agree a notice period. Replacement of the contractor It may happen that the contractor is ill, or that there are other circumstances that prevent the contractor from carrying out the assignment. In that Telemarketing List case, the contractor may wish to be replaced by a third party.
The client can object to this. Before such a Telemarketing List situation occurs, it is therefore wise to agree whether the contractor may be replaced. Also agree whether the client's permission is required for this and in which cases the client may refuse the Telemarketing List replacement. 3. Liability Liability is a recurring point of attention in every agreement. As a client and Telemarketing List contractor, you naturally want to run as little risk as possible.