8.3 The client acknowledges, accepts and agrees that the talent is independent and independent and that he is not a worker. The talent has the right to completely control how they make each booking, which may involve the talent who needs a replacement participating and/or making the booking. The customer acknowledges the need to take out appropriate insurance in this regard, including that described in section 19. 18.3.1 to enable talent and the Agency to promote talent and find future booking opportunities for talent; and 5.3 In the event that the customer provides the services on behalf of or at the address of a third end user, the customer acts in its capacity as agent of the third end user when concluding the contract and the customer ensures that the third end user: 5.2 If the customer does not pay, on the due date, the full amount to be paid to the Agency, Without prejudice to any other rights or remedies of the Agency, the outstanding amount shall be remunerated, before and after a standstill of 5% per annum, above the barclays Bank plc base rate, from time to time, from the due date until the date of full payment, and such interest shall be remunerated and paid daily. 24.4 For the purposes of the Contract, the term “Agreed”, subject to Section 1, shall be signified in writing in the booking confirmation form and signed by duly authorised representatives of the Agency and the Client. 5.4 All fees that the Customer receives from the Third Party End User in connection with the rights or benefits granted to the Customer by the Contract are paid by the Customer to a specific agency account (the Third Party End User Fee). Third party end-user fees shall not be reimbursed in trust for the Agency as beneficiary until all outstanding fees due by the Client are paid in accordance with the terms of the Agreement. 19.3.2 Workers` liability insurance, as provided for by the Employer`s Liability (Compensation Insurance) Act 1969 and elsewhere, which covers all talents provided to the client under the direction and control of the client, as if the talent were an employee of the client, to a level sufficient to cover the health and safety and future income of such talents; Fees are charged per day or hour. A “day” is an 8-hour period (including a lunch hour) between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. (for example.
B from 9am to 5pm or from 10am to 6pm). An additional hour between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. is charged at the normal price. The corresponding overtime rate is calculated before 9 a.m. and after 6 p.m. Overtime is calculated with one and a half times the hourly rate. Saturdays are calculated with one and a half times the hourly rate and Sundays or public holidays with double the hourly rate. Any reservation of more than 5 hours is calculated on the basis of the daily price indicated in the booking confirmation form. 5.3.1 to conclude a contract with the customer under the same conditions as the contract; All matters relating to the use of image rights and commercial modelling of talent, all other services rendered by talent and all fees shall only be negotiated and agreed with the Agency. The client should not try to negotiate directly with the talent or allow others to negotiate. Where the client, photographer or any other person obtains, on their behalf or in liaison with them, the signature of the talent on a document or the alleged oral consent of the talent to something outside the scope of the agreement, such signature or verbal agreement does not constitute a modification of the agreement and does not bind the talent or the Agency, unless agreed in writing by the Agency (this Agreement).
For example, at the discretion of the Agency). . . .