21.1 Our engagement letters and terms and conditions form the whole agreement between us and replace all previous agreements and conditions between us. At the time of the conclusion of this agreement, you did not rely on a statement, insurance, insurance or guarantee (reckless or innocent), except in our engagement letter and in these Terms and Conditions. Each of us can terminate this contract by providing the other party with a noticeable period of less than 21 days, unless you do not work with us or if we have reason to believe that you have provided us with misleading or hmrc information, in which case we can terminate this contract immediately. The termination does not affect all the rights conferred on us prior to termination. 9.3 On request, we may indicate a fixed fee for the provision of certain services or an indicative royalty range for a specific assignment. It is not our practice to identify fixed fees for more than a year in advance, as such pricing offers must be verified in light of events. If, due to unforeseen circumstances, we discover that a fare offer is insufficient, we reserve the right to inform you of a revised number or range and to obtain your approval. From time to time, we can outsource your business to other accountants. Contractors are bound by our confidentiality conditions.
If we enter into an agreement with another member company so that this work can be done on your behalf The advice and information we provide to you as part of our service is intended for your exclusive use and not to third parties to whom you can inform, unless we have expressly agreed in the engagement letter that a particular third party can count on our work. We assume no responsibility to third parties, including a company in the group to which the engagement letter is not addressed, advice, information or material that has been produced in the course of our work for you that you provide to them. A party to this agreement is the only person who has the right to apply one of its conditions under the Contracts of Third Parties Act 1999. 1.1 We will respect the laws, regulations and ethical policies of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales („ICAEW“) and we will accept, in accordance with these guidelines, and adopt instructions to act for you, and that we act in accordance with these guidelines. In particular, you give us the power to correct the errors of HM Revenue and Customs („HMRC“) where we take them into account. We are not liable for losses, damages or costs resulting from compliance with legal or regulatory obligations. Copies of these requirements are available in our offices. The requirements are also available at the Internet: icaew.com/en/members/regulations-standards-and-guidance 20.1 If we are unable to meet our commitments to you, you may be able to apply for a grant under the ICAEW estate compensation system. As a general rule, grant applications must be submitted within 12 months of ICAO`s knowledge, or they should reasonably have been aware of the loss. For more information on the scheme and the circumstances under which grants can be granted, see ICAO`s website: www.icaew.com/probate.
The Subcontractor – Subcontractor Employment Assistance Document covers the circumstances in which you can employ a subcontractor and the responsibilities you have on you. 2.4 We confirm that when you provide us with confidential information, we will treat it confidentially at any time, unless it is required by law or provided for in regulatory, ethical or professional statements (e.g. B, by our insurers or part of an external peer review) for our commitment. From time to time, we can outsource your business to other accountants. Contractors are bound by our confidentiality conditions. 5.2 You do not accuse us, our contractors and our collaborators, of the losses you suffered as a result of a