Consultancy Contract for purposes of section 5 of the Public Service Act between the Northern Territory of Australia and Territory Focus Consulting
Tabled paper 1047
Tabled Papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Sydney Stirling
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(2) Once such cause has ended the Consultant shall carry out all acts which he would have been liable to carry out had the cause not intervened. (3) The Consultant shall take all reasonable steps to ameliorate and eliminate the intervening event and resume performance as promptly as practicable. Termination 10. (1) The Territory may terminate this agreement by notice in writing to the Consultant if the Consultant at any time (a) commits any serious or persistent breach of the express or implied terms of conditions contained in this agreement; (b) is guilty of any grave misconduct or any wilful neglect in the discharge of his duties under this agreement; (c) becomes insolvent, bankrupt or makes any arrangements or composition with his creditors; (d) is guilty of any inefficiency, misbehaviour, incompetence, negligence or carelessness in the discharge of his obligations under this agreement. (2) If the Territory gives notice in accordance with clause 10(1) then this agreement shall terminate immediately on service of the notice in writing on the Consultant. (3) Either party may terminate this agreement at any time by the Secretary or by the Consultant giving written notice to the other party in advance of the date on which the termination is to be effective.
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