Client Retainer Agreement Iccrc

The terms “customer,” “advice,” “payment,” “authorization,” “agent” and “retainer agreement” have the meaning of these terms in the Regulations of the Retainer Agreement regulation and the Commission`s property rights regime. CONSIDERING that the client and Canada AG Immigration – Citizenship Services wish to enter into a formal agreement containing the agreed terms under which Canada AG AG Immigration and Citizenship`s “CIC” provides services to the client. In the event of a Code of Professional Ethics dispute, the client and RCIC must do everything in their power to resolve the issue between the two parties. In the event that no solution can be found, the client must file the complaint in writing with the CIC and give the CNA 30 days to respond to the client. In the event that the dispute is not resolved, the client may follow the complaint and discipline procedure described by the Commission on its website under the title “File a complaint”. The client recognizes that if the CICN is invited to act on behalf of the client in matters other than those covered in this agreement, or because of a significant change in the client`s circumstances or essential facts that were not disclosed at the beginning of the application, or because of a change in state legislation regarding the processing of immigration or citizenship applications , the agreement can be amended accordingly. “Designate” refers to any person authorized in writing by the client to act on his behalf in his or her dealings with the member. The client determines the tasks assigned to the designation and the duration of the authority. A design is not compensated by the client or member for acting as a draughtsman. The client applied to CICN and CICN agreed to act for the client on the file to obtain a Canadian citizenship certificate. This agreement is governed by existing laws in the Province of Ontario and in the federal statutes of Canada, and with the exception of disputes under Section 8 of this agreement, any litigation relating to the terms of that agreement is decided by a competent court in the province of Ontario. Considering the reciprocal agreements contained in this agreement, the parties agree that “payments” are other expenses incurred by a member in the provision of services to a client, including government registration fees for which that client is compensated and, for clarity, the costs of services provided by a member.

The CNA`s failure to implement a clause in this conservation agreement as a result of conditions beyond its control, such as. B that administrative restrictions or the laws, wars, strikes or subsequent acts of God, is not considered a violation of this Agreement.