(c) was advised by [PARTY A] and had the opportunity to consult with counsel of their choice on this agreement, and the agreement clause (or verification by independent legal counsel) contains confirmation from a person who is a party to the agreement that he read and understood the agreement, that he verified the agreement with independent lawyers and that he signed the agreement on a voluntary basis. However, this may be misunderstood, which I recently saw. There is a big difference between „Yes, I understand you“ and „Yes, I agree with them.“ That is the difference between recognition and agreement. Councillor`s advice. [PARTY A] advised [PARTY B] to review this agreement with a lawyer of his choice before signing this agreement, and [PARTY B] had a reasonable period of time to do so. If one part of the agreement is a lawyer, its rules of conduct may require that the other party actually receive advice from independent counsel. (see.B. the rules for lawyers in Ontario. 1. Confirmation of the terms of the contract.

Before signing this Agreement, [PARTY B] (d) knowingly and voluntarily accepts all the terms of this Agreement, without coercion, coercion or undue influence by [PARTY A], its representatives or any other person, and agrees to be legally bound by those conditions. It is an acknowledgement that the individual had the opportunity to verify the agreement with counsel and not that he or she did. The contract terms confirmation clause should be included when a party, usually the party in a stronger negotiating position (for example. B employer, licensee, landlord, etc.), is represented by a lawyer and the other party does not. I recently discovered that I had a blind spot in my communication style, which I take very seriously as a leader. . Clarity in communication is essential, especially in a leadership role, if someone is looking at you for a decision. You may think you have accepted your proposal, but you have not: you have simply recognized it.

(a) had a reasonable opportunity to review their terms for no less than [21] days, b) carefully read and understood all of its terms. It is important to be explicit here, to accept or contradict verbally (or better yet to capture it in an email) and to be aware of our own communication habits, which can be misinterpreted. . As an active listener, I tend to nod and smile when I listen to someone. In addition, I will often slip into certain verbal statements, such as „yes/safe/ok“ inserted into the spokesperson`s natural breaks to encourage them to complete their feedback.