C. Each party acknowledges this agreement by signing below and accepts that the party has read and understood the terms of this agreement and has received a copy of that agreement. I. Staff. The Chief Operating Officer has the exclusive right and authority to choose, employ, pay, supervise, manage and offload all employees necessary or desirable for the operation and maintenance of the property. The manager benefits from employee compensation insurance and other insurance coverage rights for these employees, all of which are legally prescribed, are paid and pay taxes on wages and tax returns, comply with all federal, national and local laws, regulations and regulations applicable to workers. All persons employed in the operation and maintenance of the property, with the exception of persons recruited specifically by the owner as employees, are employees of the manager. The administrator cannot enter into a contract or other agreement that has the effect or claims that a person is an employee or contractor independent of the owner. B. The parties recognize and accept that the manager is an independent contractor and that nothing in this agreement is excluded, either explicitly or tacitly, than the creation of a partnership, joint venture or employer-employee relationship between the trustee (or a person employed by the administrator) and the owner or any other relationship between the parties, except the relationship between the owner and the independent contractor. Consider defining what a “big complaint” means.
For example, a primary complaint could be defined against a dollar amount needed to process the complaint. In general, all that is disputed, the ability of a tenant to enjoy the property, and which could therefore be used as the cause of the failure, should be covered by the definition of the “main complaint”. C. Refunds. To the extent that it is not paid directly by the operating account, as it allows, the owner must compensate the administrator for all costs and expenses incurred in connection with the manager`s activity under this agreement, including, but not limited to, the following legal costs incurred by the manager on behalf of the owner; 2. All treatments, wages, taxes, workers` benefits, and all other costs and expenses related to the employment of the head of the establishment of any staff responsible for the performance of the manager`s services, provided, however, that these persons devote less time than all the time necessary to carry out the obligations of the administrator under this agreement, the owner is required to reimburse the administrator only for the portion of those labour-related expenses. which correspond to the proportional amount of time based on time. these individuals in the administrative services as part of these measures; and (3) any other overheads of the manager to the extent directly attributable to the property and beyond the normal office overhead.