| Commentary

64.1 Purpose of reporting clause

| Commentary

64: REPORTING

(For clauses dealing with reporting see Form 64.1 [2166] onwards.)

64.1 Purpose of reporting clause

In certain types of agreement, a party may need to provide information to the other parties about its activities or the results of the activities. For example, a consultant may be required to give progress reports on the consultancy work carried out by the consultant, or provide a report which details the conclusions and recommendations that the consultant is making, or an agent may need to provide periodic sales reports.

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