Article 7:430 Duty of Solicitude of The Adjudicator Power – 1. The client must do whatever is required in the circumstances in order for the officer to do his job. – 2. The contracting entity must provide the agent with the necessary documents relating to the goods and services for which the representative provides intermediate services and provide him with all the information necessary for the implementation of the commercial agency contract. – 3. The awarding entity is required to notify the agent immediately if it anticipates that contracts with third parties are concluded or may be concluded in a much smaller proportion than the agent could expect. – 4. The contracting entity informs the agent, within a reasonable time, of its acceptance or refusal or of the inequity (non-performance) of a contract submitted by the representative. Article 7:441 Damages and Interests – 1. The party who is liable under Article 7:439 or 7:440, paragraph 2, must pay the other an amount equal to the commission and the possible remuneration for the period during which the agreement would have been maintained if the agreement had been regularly terminated. In determining this amount – 2), consideration should be given to the commission earned during the aforementioned period and all other factors to be considered. The court may reduce this amount if it considers it to be too high under the circumstances.
– 3. Instead of the compensation provided in the previous paragraphs, the aggrieved person may also seek full compensation for the actual injury, provided that he proves the extent of it. Article 7:452 Patient Information Obligation and Duty of Cooperation The patient must provide the health care provider with the information and cooperation the provider reasonably needs for the implementation (delivery) of the medical agreement. Article 7:459 Right to Privacy – 1. The actions of the health care provider in the context of the medical agreement should not be observed (observed) by anyone other than the patient, unless authorized by the patient. – 2. Persons other than the patient should not understand the persons whose professional assistance is necessary to carry out these acts. – 3. Persons required for the acts covered by sections 7:450 and 7:465 are also not included. If the ability to act does not allow the service provider to act in accordance with the requirements of a prudent health care provider, it does not permit such an observation. The Financial Supervision Act applies to agreements in which intermediate services are provided: (a) all activities carried out in the context of a professional occupation or activity that focus on the conclusion, as an intermediary, of a contract for a financial product other than a financial instrument, credit or insurance between a consumer and a supplier; b. all activities carried out in the context of a profession or business, which focus on the conclusion of a credit contract between a consumer and a supplier as an intermediary or on assisting in the management and implementation of such a contract; c.
any activity carried out in the context of a profession or business, the underwriting of insurance between a customer and an insurer as an intermediary or assistance in the management and delivery of such insurance; Article 7:406 Compensation and damages – 1. The adjudicating entity must compensate the service provider for expenses incurred in relation to the service provided, as these are not already included in the paid remuneration (fee).