Services and Compensation Sample Clauses

Services and Compensation. Consultant agrees to perform for the Company the services described in Exhibit A (the “Services”), and the Company agrees to pay Consultant the compensation described in Exhibit A for Consultant’s performance of the Services.
Services and Compensation. Consultant agrees to perform for the Company the services requested by the Company,... 2.
Services and Compensation. During the Second Amendment Period, Provider shall provide the services at the compensation described in the Amended Supplemental Scope of Services (the “Supplemental Services”), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit A-3, in addition to the Services described in the Existing Agreement. Following the provision of the Supplemental Services, Provider shall revert to providing only the Services as described in the Scope of Services attached to the Original Agreement as Exhibit A-2.
Services and Compensation. A. ENGINEER shall conduct all activities and within such timeframes as set forth on Exhibit “A”, attached hereto (the “Services”).
Services and Compensation. Whether you have a written or unwritten agreement, a buyer’s agent will perform a number of services for you. These may include helping you • find a suitable property • arrange financing • learn more about the property and • other-wise promote your best interests. If you have a written agency agreement, the agent can also help you prepare and submit a written offer to the seller. A buyer’s agent can be compensated in different ways. For example, you can pay the agent out of your own pocket. Or the agent may seek compensation from the seller or listing agent first, but require you to pay if the listing agent refuses. Whatever the case, be sure your compensation arrangement with your buyer’s agent is spelled out in a buyer agency agreement before you make an offer to purchase property and that you carefully read and understand the compensation provision.
Services and Compensation. (a) Consultant agrees to perform for the Company the services ("Services") described in Exhibit A, attached hereto.
Services and Compensation. To help you sell your property, the listing firm and its agents will offer to per- form a number of services for you. These may include • helping you price your property • advertising and market- ing your property • giving you all required property dis- closure forms for you to complete • negotiating for you the best possible price and terms • reviewing all written offers with you and • otherwise promoting your interests. For representing you and helping you sell your property, you will pay the listing firm a sales commission or fee. The listing agreement must state the amount or method for determining the commission or fee and whether you will allow the firm to share its commission with agents representing the buyer. Dual Agent You may even permit the listing firm and its agents to represent you and a buyer at the same time. This “dual agency relationship” is most likely to happen if an agent with your listing firm is working as a buyerʼs agent with someone who wants to purchase your property. If this occurs and you have not already agreed to a dual agency relationship in your listing agreement, your listing agent will ask you to sign a separate agreement or document permitting the agent to act as agent for both you and the buyer. It may be difficult for a dual agent to advance the interests of both the buyer and seller. Nevertheless, a dual agent must treat buyers and sellers fairly and equally. Although the dual agent owes them the same duties, buyers and sellers can prohibit dual agents from divulging certain confidential information about them to the other party. Some firms also offer a form of dual agency called “designated agency” where one agent in the firm represents the seller and another agent represents the buyer. This option (when available) may allow each “designated agent” to more fully represent each party. If you choose the “dual agency” option, remember that since a dual agentʼs loyalty is divided between parties with competing interests, it is especially important that you have a clear understanding of • what your relationship is with the dual agent and • what the agent will be doing for you in the transaction. BUYERS When buying real estate, you may have several choic- es as to how you want a real estate firm and its agents to work with you. For example, you may want them to repre- sent only you (as a buyerʼs agent). You may be willing for them to represent both you and the seller at the same time (as a dual agent). Or you may agree to let them r...
Services and Compensation. Consultant agrees to perform for Company the services described in Exhibit A as requested by Company from time to time (the “Services”), and Company agrees to pay Consultant the compensation described in Exhibit A for Consultant’s performance of the Services. If not specified on Exhibit A, the scope, timing, duration, and site of performance of said Services shall be mutually and reasonably agreed to by Company and Consultant and are subject to change upon the written agreement of both parties. Consultant will make reasonable, good faith efforts to provide the Services in a timely and professional manner consistent with industry practices.
Services and Compensation. The Company hereby employs, engages, and hires Employee, and Employee hereby accepts and agrees to such employment, subject to the general supervision and pursuant to the orders, advice, and direction of the Company. The Employee agrees that he or she will at all times faithfully and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talents perform all of the duties that may be required of or from him or her to the reasonable satisfaction of the Company. The duties shall be rendered at all place or places as the Company shall in good faith require. The Company shall pay Employee a monetary compensation, and Employee shall accept such compensation from the Company for Employee's services.
Services and Compensation. Consultant shall provide the services set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto to the Company (the “Services”). In such capacities, Consultant shall report directly to the Chief Executive Officer of the Company. The Services can be modified as reasonably required to suit the specific requirements and needs of the Company. The Company shall pay Consultant the fee set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto. Except as set forth on Exhibit A, all costs and expenses of Consultant’s performance hereunder shall be borne by the Consultant.