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    Isn't the fact that the end client has said that 'op it an example of MoO?

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    No. MoO is about giving work after the current agreement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antman View Post
    Isn't the fact that the end client has said that 'op it an example of MoO?
    MoO is complicated.

    The shortest explanation is what NLUK said.

    The longest explanation involves first what NLUK said and then what you think.

    However what NLUK said is the explanation that has been tested in a court of law. This is why his explanation is always first and is undisputed until someone goes to a higher court which overrides it.
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    The implication of section d is that the end client could turn around and say you are not longer required. pack your bag up and go, (like a decree / directive or and executive order ) isn't that what a contract is meant to protect against ??.
    No. Contracts lay out terms and conditions. You agreed to this clause when you signed the contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Sounds like they've done him a favour. He's so far inside IR35 it must hurt but I'd say he doesn't have a clue what that means. It's got part and parcel written all over this one.
    Please do remember that there are plenty of contractors in IR35 and they're just as entitled to post here as any other contractor.
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