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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    I seem to remember suggesting a lawyer in my very first post. That one was just to encourage the OP to do so...
    many thanks & review already in progress...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    I seem to remember suggesting a lawyer in my very first post. That one was just to encourage the OP to do so...


    Just thought QDOS would be a better option first given they've probably had sight of many of these sorts of clauses in the past and helped remediate them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post


    Just thought QDOS would be a better option first given they've probably had sight of many of these sorts of clauses in the past and helped remediate them.
    QDOS are fine for IR35 things, I wouldn't personally use them (again) for overall contract reviews...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    QDOS are fine for IR35 things, I wouldn't personally use them (again) for overall contract reviews...
    Yes, it needs a broader review than simply IR35 but even so, this IMHO would probably lead to an 'inside' decision basis the practicalities around substitution and the direct relationship between the client and the worker and the leverage held.

    Even if a way through this could be agreed; the thought of a client attempting such unfavourable terms from the off is worrying. Has anyone else had this come up and pushed back or even agreed to such terms??

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