Any State/Territory in Australia. This Agreement is a template designed to properly spell out in general terms the relationship between a Principal, and an Independent Contractor. The agreement contains many standard terms requiring the contractor to respect intellectual property and confidentiality, to perform the services properly, to render tax invoices, and to not compete with the Principal, and so forth. The "flexible" part of the template appears in the "following" schedules (which makes them significant and central to understanding the basic agreement), where the party preparing the agreement (usually the Principal) will name the parties, describe the services to be performed, identify the workplace(s), define the fees to be paid, specify the frequency of invoices, identify the insurances the contractor should hold, specify the State whose laws apply, and so forth. This is the same document as shown in L-9157 but is considered more "modern" and some contractors prefer it because it is easier to complete because everything that needs to be entered to execute the agreement is in one place at the end of the document. A solicitor who is preparing for both sides and is intending to explain the "Terms" to both parties before getting them to complete and execute may find this format more in keeping with such a process.
Independent Contractor agreement containing many standard terms requiring the contractor to respect intellectual property and confidentiality, to perform the services properly, to render tax invoices,and to not compete with the Principal, etc.