View all available Document Templates and ExitAdviser checklists. [NOTE: This model is one of four types of consulting services. Use the language that matches the type of counsellor you use and delete the others.] [NOTE: This model examines one of two types of payment terms: fixed terminals and corresponding payments, or a “retainer” fee for which the advisor receives a lump sum and deducts that amount when services are provided. Use the language corresponding to the type of advisor you hire and remove the other] A consulting agreement must be used between a company and its advisor. The agreement puts the expectation of the relationship as the work done on behalf of the advisor and compensation. The agreement should also define some key concepts, such as confidentiality and the allocation of work products. This form was written only for general information purposes. This is not legal advice, advertising, solicitation or tax advice. The transmission of this form and the information it contains is not intended to create a legal and client relationship, and their receipt does not constitute a legal and client relationship.
You should not rely on this document or information for any purpose without seeking the assistance of a properly authorized lawyer, including, but not limited to, the verification and advice on the terms of this form, the necessary authorizations in connection with the transactions provided for in this form and all the securities laws and other legal matters provided in this form. The FAST agreement is free and can be modified as needed. Check any modified FAST chords with the original model to make sure you don`t sign unexpected conditions. There are no plans to establish a regular and permanent relationship for an indeterminate period. The recipient does not have the right to allocate services to the advisor, except as expressly provided in this agreement. However, the parties may mutually agree that the advisor provides other services to the recipient in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. As a general rule, this depends on whether or not an advisor has the right to financial compensation. As a general rule, consultants receive a small amount of equity or shares as a means of compensation that must be described in the agreement.