FRPS Independant Contractor Agreement


FIRST RESPONDER PROTECTIVE SERVICES CORP

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT

 

This INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is entered into as of the date set forth below (“Effective Date”) by and between First Responder Protective Services Corp, a Texas Corporation (“COMPANY”) and (“Contractor”).

WHEREAS, Contractor desires to provide security services on a contract basis; and

WHEREAS, the COMPANY is hired by various clients (singularly or collectively “Client”) from time to time to provide personnel to furnish security services and traffic control services, as an off-duty law enforcement officer; and

WHEREAS, COMPANY desires to engage Contractor to provide said security services/ and or traffic control services to COMPANY’s various Clients, at various locations and at various times, on a temporary, project-by-project basis;

THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Contractor and COMPANY (“Party” or “Parties”) agree to the terms, conditions, and acknowledgements set forth in this Agreement and any attached and incorporated exhibits, including, without limitation, Contractor’s Declaration and Acknowledgement (“Exhibit A”) and Contractor Invoicing (“Exhibit B”), attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

 

Section 1. Nature of Relationship

 

1.1          Contractor and COMPANY expressly acknowledge and agree that Contractor is not an employee and COMPANY is not the employer of the Contractor for any purpose. This Agreement shall not render Contractor an employee, partner, agent, or representative of, or joint venturer with, the COMPANY for any purpose. Contractor is not an employee or agent of the COMPANY and shall not make any representations otherwise. Contractor shall not have the authority to and shall not attempt to bind the COMPANY in any way with any vendor, client, or third-party. Contractor shall identify him/her/itself as an independent contractor and not as an employee, representative or agent of the COMPANY. Nothing herein shall be construed as creating any relationship between Contractor and COMPANY other than as an independent contractor nor shall it be construed as creating any relationship other than that of independent contractor between COMPANY and Contractor’s employees or subcontractors.

1.2          Contractor understands the COMPANY does not and will not control the manner, method, or means of Contractor’s work and that Contractor is bound to comply with the Client’s requirements in regards to Contractor’s services as defined herein.

1.3          Contractor and COMPANY hereby acknowledge and agree that Contractor may, at any time, perform services to other persons or entities, including services similar to those that Contractor provides to the COMPANY’s clients.

 

Section 2. Term

 

2.1          Contractor acknowledges that its engagement with COMPANY is on a temporary basis and nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as creating an expectation of a continuing or future engagement. COMPANY may offer work to Contractor on a project-by-project basis through COMPANY’s Sling Scheduling Software platform or such other similar online mechanism that COMPANY may employ, and that the such engagements will be governed by the provisions of this Agreement unless modified by specific terms published on the online platform or in a writing signed by the Parties. Contractor is not required, in any way, to accept the project and/or to provide the requested services and, likewise, COMPANY, is not obligated to provide work at any time to Contractor. Contractor shall perform services for Client for the limited term and for the fees specified on the online platform. The Parties expressly acknowledge that Contractor’s unavailability or refusal to accept a project offered under this Agreement shall not be deemed a revocation or breach of this Agreement by Contractor and shall not disqualify Contractor, in any way, from consideration for other projects hereunder.

2.2          Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time for cause, including but not limited to, upon any material failure by the other party to comply with the terms of this Agreement.

 

Section 3. Compensation/Fees/Invoicing

 

  • Contractor shall perform the services in the manner and at the times set forth for the applicable engagement on the online platform and COMPANY shall compensate Contractor for such services as set forth therein.
  • To receive compensation for services rendered, Contractor must submit invoices to COMPANY in conformance with the provisions set forth in Exhibit
  • Contractor agrees that it ­­­­is not and shall not be eligible to participate in any employee benefit plan or program of the COMPANY on account of any services provided under the terms of this Agreement, including, without limitation, any pension, bonus, profit sharing, retirement, life, sick leave, vacation, or any other similar employee Contractor acknowledges that all benefit plans now or hereafter sponsored by COMPANY, if any, are only available to employees of COMPANY and not to Contractor. Contractor further understands that the benefit plans may be governed by the terms of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Contractor recognizes that given the uncertainty of the law, there may be some instance, however remote, when a governmental agency or court may find that Contractor was or is an employee of COMPANY; notwithstanding this possibility, and with full knowledge thereof, Contractor hereby waives and relinquishes any and all rights or claims Contractor would have had, may have, or later claim to have under such a finding, including, without limitation, any claim for present or future benefits, status as a participant, benefit accruals, payments, options, or notice requirements, which arise, in whole or in part due to any of the services or other performance provided pursuant to this Agreement. Contractor further waives and relinquishes any and all right to credited service and benefit accruals which might, in the absence of this waiver, arise under such plans with respect to any services rendered to COMPANY pursuant to this Agreement and hereby waives and relinquishes any and all rights arising under ERISA, including but not limited to, rights under or protected by ERISA § 510, or under any other applicable law, with respect to the specific rights waived and to any other rights affected by this Agreement. Contractor hereby acknowledges and agrees that Contractor's waiver as provided herein with respect to any such plan has been freely, knowingly and voluntarily given after careful and thorough consideration of this waiver of ERISA rights, and after ample opportunity to obtain such additional information about such plans as Contractor deems necessary or desirable in order to make an informed decision on this waiver. Contractor understands that the effect of this waiver is to prevent present or future benefit accruals or entitlement to any benefits provided for in any such plans with respect to services provided to the COMPANY pursuant to this Agreement, without regard to whether such service should later be characterized for any purposes as employment as an employee of the Company.
  • The Parties agree that Contractor has elected or shall elect group health insurance coverage through his or her employer or that of his or her spouse’s employer
  • Contractor acknowledges and agrees that, as a result of this independent contractor relationship and because Contractor is NOT employed by COMPANY, there is no employment relationship, and Contractor is NOT entitled to apply for or to receive unemployment compensation at the completion of performance of services for

 

Section 4. Equipment

 

  • COMPANY will not provide Contractor with any tools, equipment, uniforms, or materials of any kind. Contractor must obtain and provide, at Contractor’s sole expense, all tools and equipment necessary to perform services for Client. Unless otherwise agreed-to in writing, COMPANY shall not reimburse Contractor for expenses, including but not limited to, fuel, cellular telephone usage, or any supplies necessary to carry out performance of Contractor’s services. Contractor shall, at Contractor’s sole expense, ensure that all equipment used in connection with this Agreement is properly maintained and licensed/registered as may be necessary or
  • Contractor shall obtain and provide, at Contractor’s sole expense, housing and transportation for each job location. In the event Contractor obtains equipment, transportation services, or housing, rented, purchased or leased from entities or individuals contractually associated with COMPANY, Contractor authorizes COMPANY to subtract from monies due to Contractor from Company the amounts necessary to pay for same.
  • COMPANY shall not be responsible for providing to or for Contractor or its employees, agents, representatives or sub-contractors, insurance coverage of any kind, including but not limited to, workers compensation insurance (unless otherwise agreed-to in writing). Contractor shall be responsible for paying all insurance premiums payable under federal, state and local law; neither will Contractor or its employees, agents, representatives or others working under Contractor’s direction be insured by

 

Section 5. Performance of Services

 

  • Contractor will provide security and/or traffic control services as a licensed peace officer as specified by Client (“Services”). Contractor will provide Services in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and shall perform its services with care, skill and diligence in accordance with the quality and safety standards set forth by Client.
  • If Contractor’s engagement with COMPANY requires Contractor to be licensed professionally, Contractor represents that Contractor is so licensed and that such license is valid and in good standing, including all required insurance. If Contractor’s license or professional certification changes, for any reason, Contractor will notify COMPANY orally at 800-757-3301 within 2 hours and in writing within 24
  • If there is a change in ownership or control of Contractor’s business, Contractor shall immediately notify COMPANY in writing.
  • The terms of this Agreement will apply to Contractor, the business entity of which Contractor is an employee, and, if any, each of Contractor’s employees, agents, representatives and sub-contractors.
  • Contractor affirms, under penalty of perjury, that Contractor is a “QUALIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER,” as defined by R. 281, the “Law Enforcement Officers’ Safety Act” and Public Law 108-277, the “Law Enforcement Officers’ Safety Act.”

 

Section 6. Indemnity

  • CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS COMPANY, COMPPANY’S OFFICERS, OWNERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES, ATTORNEYS, PRINCIPALS, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS FROM AND AGAINST ALL PERSONS OR ENTITIES INCLUDING COMPANY’S INSURANCE CARRIER FOR ALL CLAIMS, LOSS, DAMAGE, SUIT OR LIABILITY INVOLVING DAMAGE TO OR DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, PERSONAL INJURY TO OR DEATH OF ANY PERSON OR PERSONS, OR ECONOMIC LOSS ARISING FROM THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY CONTRACTOR, OR THE EMPLOYEES OR SUB-CONTRACTORS OF CONTRACTOR, PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT, WHETHER OR NOT SUCH LOSS, INJURY OR DEATH IS OCCASIONED BY THE SOLE, JOINT OR CONCURRENT NEGLIGENCE OF COMPANY OR ITS SUBCONTRACTORS. THIS INDEMNITY EXTENDS TO WHATEVER CLAIM MAY BE ASSERTED, WHETHER OR NOT BY STATUTE, CONSTITUTION OR COMMON LAW, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACT, BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT, ERRORS AND OMISSIONS, NEGLIGENCE, GROSS NEGLIGENCE, INTENTIONAL CONDUCT, FRAUD, STRICT LIABILITY AND/OR PRODUCTS LIABILITY. Contractor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless COMPANY from any loss, damage, claim or expense, including interest, taxes, penalties, costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees, resulting from the failure of Contractor or its employees, agents or sub-contractors to comply with any laws, ordinances, regulations and codes, or from a determination that COMPANY is liable for salaries, benefits and/or taxes, with respect to Contractor, or the employees or sub-contractors of Contractor.

 

  • Contractor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless COMPANY against any and all actions, claims, demands, suits, losses, costs, damages, fines, penalties, judgments, expense (including reasonable attorney’s fees) and causes of action of every kind and character (including those of the Parties and their agents and employees) directly or indirectly incurred or to be incurred and arising out of or in connection with: (a) Contractor’s negligence, willful misconduct, or breach of any representation, warranty, or other obligation under this Agreement; (b) any personal injury (including death) or damage to property resulting from Contractor’s acts or omissions while performing services under this Agreement; (c) Contractor’s failure to be in compliance with any governmental agency’s regulatory requirements; or (d) any claim or lawsuit filed against COMPANY by any employee or agent of Contractor (1) seeking benefits due to employees of COMPANY by virtue of their engagement, (2) alleging any sub-contractor of Contractor is not an independent contractor, (3) alleging monies owed to any sub- contractor for payment or for any disputes between Contractor and sub-contractor, (4) alleging any current or former employee is not, or was not, an employee of  Contractor, or (5) alleging wrongful termination of this Agreement for any reason whatsoever by Contractor.
  • Contractor shall keep COMPANY fully informed at all times with respect to material developments of any such actions, claims, demands, and suits. This Section 6 shall survive the termination of this

 

Section 7. Training

 

COMPANY does not provide training of any kind.

 

Section 8. Waiver

 

  • Contractor, intentionally and voluntarily, with full understanding of the consequences thereof, specifically waives any claim that this Agreement is unenforceable due to lack of consideration, failure of consideration, mistake of law, mistake of fact, or that this Agreement is unconscionable or is against public
  • Any failure or delay on the part of either Party to exercise any remedy or right under this Agreement will not operate as a waiver. The failure of either Party to require performance of any of the terms, covenants, or provisions of this Agreement by the other Party does not waive any of the rights under the Agreement. No forbearance by either Party to exercise any rights or privileges under this Agreement is intended as or should be construed as a waiver, but all rights and privileges will continue in effect as if no forbearance had occurred. No covenant or condition of this Agreement may be waived except by the written consent of the waiving Any written waiver of any term of this Agreement is effective only in the specific instance and for the specific purpose given.

 

Section 9. Arbitration

 

  • The parties agree to resolve any and all disputes or claims related to this Agreement through final and binding arbitration in Dallas, Texas, except that they agree the following claims will not be arbitrated: (a) a claim for class, collective or multi-claimant actions of any kind (each worker must arbitrate their claims in separate arbitrations); (b) a claim for workers’ compensation or unemployment compensation benefits; and (c) a claim for preliminary injunctive relief, subject to resolution of the underlying dispute by the arbitrator. The Parties agree to submit questions concerning the arbitrability of any claim, including the form of arbitration, to a court of competent jurisdiction.
  • The laws of the State of Texas shall control the validity, construction and interpretation of this Agreement excluding any conflicts of laws principles which would direct the substantive law of another jurisdiction to This is an agreement to arbitrate Covered Claims which shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (9 U.S.C. §§ 1-16) and to the extent not inconsistent with the Federal Arbitration Act, the Texas Arbitration Act (Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code § 171 et seq.)
  • The Parties agree that in the event of the arbitration of any claims which may arise hereunder: (a) disputes will be resolved by a single arbitrator through the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”); (b) the arbitration shall be confidential; (c) the arbitrator cannot hear any action as a class, collective or representative action or multi-claimant/party action, including under the Fair Labor Standards Act or other federal or state wage and hour law (the AAA’s Supplemental Rules for Class and/or Collective Action Arbitration shall not apply because the Parties have agreed not to arbitrate class or collective action claims but instead to arbitrate single claimant disputes); (d) the arbitrator will allow appropriate discovery, including, but not limited to, production of documents, information requests, depositions and subpoenas; (e) the award shall be in writing, signed and dated by the arbitrator, and shall contain findings of fact and the basis for the reasoned award; and (f) judgment on the award may be entered in any court having
  • This agreement to arbitrate disputes applies to all disputes between the Parties, including any dispute which transpired before this Agreement was This Section 9 shall survive the termination of this Agreement. To the extent any portion of this agreement to arbitrate is invalid the remaining portions shall survive and be enforceable.

 

Section 10. Non-Disclosure, Noncompete and Non-solicitation Agreement

 

  • Contractor covenants and agrees that it shall not, during or after the Term of this Agreement, except in the performance of obligations hereunder, communicate or disclose to any person or entity (other than Company or its agents, consultants, auditors or attorneys), or use for its own account, without the prior consent of Company, any business information, observations, data, records or documents relating to the business and affairs of Company, including, without limitation, trade secrets, customer lists, information relating to sources of customers or prospects, financial, personnel and customer information, and any confidential information concerning the business or affairs of any supplier, creditor, lender, shareholder or customer of Company which was obtained or acquired by Contractor incidental to or in the course of its performance under this Agreement. In addition, Contractor shall not discuss the fees or other compensation received by or by any of its employees, independent contractors, or agents with any other person whether or not they are employed by Company. Contractor further covenants and agrees that Contractor shall retain all such knowledge and information concerning the foregoing in trust for the sole benefit of Company and its successors and assigns.
  • In consideration of Contractor’s engagement hereunder, the significant financial benefits Contractor will receive, Company’s promise to share with Contractor the confidential information of Company, Contractor agrees that during the Term of this Agreement and for one year after its termination (“Restricted Period”), Contractor shall not, directly or indirectly, engage in any “Competing Business Activity” (as hereinafter defined), in any manner or capacity, including, without limitation, as an advisor, principal, agent, consultant, partner, officer, director, shareholder, independent contractor, employee, or member of any association. As used in this Section 10, “Competing Business Activity” shall mean an activity involving providing services similar to the Services provided by Contractor under this Agreement to any customer of Company with whom Contractor had contact as the result of Contractor’s performance under this Agreement.
  • Non-solicitation, Non-hire and Non-interference. During the Term of this Agreement and the Restricted Period, Contractor shall not (a) induce or attempt to induce any employee of Company or independent contractor engaged by Company to cease providing services to Company, or in any way interfere adversely with the relationship between any such person and Company; (b) induce or attempt to induce any such person to work for or render services to any person or entity engaged in a Competing Business Activity; or (c) induce or attempt to induce any customer or other business relation of Company to cease doing business with Company, or in any way interfere with the then-existing business relationship with any such customer or other business relation.
  • Indirect Competition or Solicitation. Contractor agrees that, during the Restricted Period, it will not, directly or indirectly, assist, solicit or encourage any other person in carrying out, directly or indirectly, any activity that would be prohibited by the provisions of this section 10 if such activity was carried out by Contractor, either directly or indirectly; and agrees that it shall not, directly or indirectly, induce any employee or independent contractor of Company to carry out, directly or indirectly, any such activity.
  • Contractor acknowledges that Company will have no adequate remedy at law if Contractor violates any of the terms of this Agreement. In such event, Contractor agrees that Company will be entitled to obtain preliminary and permanent injunctive relief or otherwise to specifically enforce any of the provisions of this Agreement, in any court of competent jurisdiction, without prejudice to any other remedy available to it at Company’s expense; provided, however, that such remedy will be held and construed to be cumulative and not exclusive of any rights or remedies, whether in law or equity, otherwise available under the terms of this Agreement or under federal, state or local statutes, rules and regulations
  • Conflicts with Other Agreements. Contractor represents and warrants that its obligations under this Agreement do not breach, violate, conflict with or contravene any oral or written agreement binding on Contractor, including, without limitation, any covenant not to compete.

 

Section 11. Tax Obligations

 

  • Contractor will provide COMPANY with a completed IRS Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number, and Certification, upon execution of this
  • Contractor shall be responsible for his/her own tax obligations, including, without limitation, for self-employment taxes, Social Security taxes, Medicare taxes and unemployment insurance premiums, and/or federal or state income tax or franchise tax, and understands that in accordance with this independent contractor relationship with COMPANY, COMPANY assumes no responsibility or obligation to and shall not withhold any amounts for same from payments made to Contractor by Company. Contractor accepts full responsibility for the payment of all federal and state income taxes and other employment taxes that may be imposed upon any amounts payable hereunder, including, but not limited to, determination of the amount and timing of any such

 

Section 12. Severability

 

Each provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted as legal under applicable law. If any provision is held to be illegal, this shall not affect the enforceability of any other provisions of this Agreement. If any one or more provisions of this Agreement are held invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect for any reason, the remaining provisions remain valid, binding, and effective as if the invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provisions had never been contained in this Agreement.

 

Section 13. Governing Law

 

This Agreement shall be governed, construed, and interpreted under and in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas without regard to conflict of laws.

 

Section 14. Parties Bound

 

This Agreement shall be binding upon Contractor’s heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives, successors and assigns.

 

Section 15. Paragraph Headings

 

The paragraph headings contained in this Agreement are for convenience only and do not affect the meaning of this Agreement.

 

Section 16. Notices

 

Except as provided otherwise in this Agreement, any notice required to be sent under this Agreement must be given in writing and sent certified United States mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested to: First Responder Protective Services, 883 W. White Dove Street, Azle, Texas 76020. Each party may change its address by written notice in accordance with this Paragraph. Mailed notices are considered effective as of the date of receipt.

Section 17. Modification

 

This Agreement cannot be modified, amended, or supplemented except in writing, and signed by both Parties or their agents.

 

Section 18. Entire Agreement

 

  • This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties, and has been fully negotiated by each party. No agreements, representations, or warranties other than those specifically set forth in this Agreement will or are intended to be binding on any of the parties unless set forth in writing and signed by both parties. This Agreement supersedes all other prior agreements, either oral or in writing, between the parties with respect to the relationship between Contractor and It contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to that relationship. Each party to this Agreement acknowledges that no inducements or promises, oral or otherwise, have been made by any party, or anyone acting on behalf of any party, that are not embodied in this Agreement.

 

  • The terms, conditions and obligations set forth in this Agreement shall survive the completion or termination of Contractor’s engagement with

 

I certify and acknowledge, under penalty of perjury that I have read this Agreement, with attachments, in its entirety. All of my questions with regard to the terms and conditions of this Agreement have been answered. I further state that I have intentionally and voluntarily entered into this fully negotiated Agreement completely aware of its terms and conditions.

 

Agreed to this November 30, 2022, by

 

 

Signature of Independent Contractor

 

Printed Name of Independent Contractor

 

 


       First Responder Protective Services Corp

        William Knack, President

        First Responder Protective Services Corp

 

 

 

FRPS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT

EXHIBIT A

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR’S DECLARATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 

I declare and/or agree that:

 

  1. This DECLARATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT is made in conjunction with and as part of the Independent Contractor Agreement between First Responder Protective Services and the undersigned Independent Contractor (“Agreement”) and is for all purposes incorporated into the Agreement as if fully set forth therein.
  2. I am a self-employed, independent contractor
  3. I am not an employee of First Responder Protective Services Corp
  4. I am not entitled to unemployment benefits or any other benefits of any kind, and I agree not to file a claim for unemployment
  5. First Responder Protective Services does not offer or provide training, a pension plan, vacation pay, sick pay, housing, workers’ compensation or any other benefits or insurance of any kind, except as otherwise agreed to in writing or as may be required by law.
  6. First Responder Protective Services does not provide any tools, equipment, uniforms, or materials of any
  7. I am not entitled to reimbursement for expenses, including but not limited to, per diem, housing, food, fuel, mileage, and cellular phone usage, unless otherwise agreed to in writing,
  8. I understand that, as a self-employed independent contractor, I am solely responsible for my own tax obligations, as set forth in Section 11 of the
  9. I must submit invoices, in accordance with Exhibit B of this Agreement, in order to receive compensation for services rendered                                                         
  10. I must provide all tools and equipment necessary to perform services for First Responder Protective Services
  11. I must provide for, at no cost to First Responder Protective Services my own housing and transportation to each job location.
  12. I agree to act within my department policies and within state statutes when performing my
  13. I acknowledge and agree that I have freely negotiated the rate provided for in the Agreement and any addenda thereto.
  14. I acknowledge and agree that I have sole control and discretion over the type and amount of expenses incurred by me in providing Services under the Agreement.
  15. I acknowledge and agree that all engagements of Independent Contractor by COMPANY under the Agreement, including the scheduling and compensation for same, shall be made through COMPANY’s Sling Scheduling Software platform or such other similar online mechanism that COMPANY may employ, and that the such engagements will be governed by the provisions of the Agreement unless modified by specific terms published on the online platform or in a writing signed by COMPANY and Independent Contractor.

 

 

        

Printed Name of Independent Contractor

 

 

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Signature of Independent Contractor

 

 

FRPS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT

 

EXHIBIT B

 

INVOICING

 

 

This EXHIBIT B, INVOICING, is part of the Independent Contractor Agreement between First Responder Protective Services Corp and the Independent Contractor (“Agreement”) and is for all purposes incorporated into the Agreement as if fully set forth therein. FRPS will produce an invoice on behalf of independent contractor based on their clock in and out times on FRPS app.

In the event COMPANY agrees, in a writing signed by an authorized representative of COMPANY, to reimburse Independent Contractor for expenses incurred in the course of Independent Contractor’s performance under the Agreement, Independent Contractor will include in its weekly invoice an itemized list of said expenses and such other documentation as COMPANY may reasonably request.

COMPANY endeavors to remit payment to Independent Contractor within 14 (fourteen) days after Independent Contractor's invoice(s) are received by COMPANY. COMPANY reserves the right to issue payment to Independent Contractor on greater than 60-day terms in extreme circumstances. If/when such circumstances arise, COMPANY will notify the Independent Contractor of the adjusted, temporary terms in writing. Electronic delivery of said notice may be sent to the email address on-file in the Independent Contractor’s.  

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Signed by Bill Knack
Signed On: November 17, 2022


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