provide under Clause 19.1.]67
The Contractor shall co-operate fully with the PCT during the handover arising from the completion or earlier termination of the Contract. This co-operation, during the setting up operations period of the new Contractor (if any), shall extend to allowing full access to, and providing copies of all documents, reports, summaries and other information necessary in order to achieve an effective transition without disruption to the routine operational requirements.
Within [ten (10)] working days of being so requested by the PCT, the Contractor shall transfer to the PCT, or any person designated by the PCT, free of charge, all computerised filing, recordings, documentation, planning and drawings held on software and utilised in the provision of the Services. The transfer shall be made in a fully indexed and catalogued disk format to operate on a proprietary software package identical to that used by the PCT.
PART 20 Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1981
[The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the PCT against any Loss incurred by the PCT connected with or arising from any claim or proceedings by any trade union, elected employee representative or staff association made against the PCT in respect of any or all of the Employees or any other employee of the Contractor and which arises from or is connected with any failure by the Contractor to comply with its legal obligations in relation thereto whether under Section 188 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 or Regulation 10 or 10A of TUPE.
The Contractor shall indemnify and keep indemnified the PCT against any Loss incurred by the PCT connected with or arising from the contract of employment or any policy applicable to, or any collective agreement in respect of any Employee or of any other person at any time employed by (or engaged as a consultant by) the Contractor made against the PCT at any time for breach of such contract, policy or any such collective agreement, pay, unfair dismissal, statutory or contractual redundancy pay, sex, race or disability discrimination, equal pay, unlawful deductions, loss of earnings, industrial or personal injury or otherwise relating to their employment by the PCT and which results from any act, fault or omission of the Contractor while
67 PCTs may decide that such an indemnity is inappropriate in the case of providers with few resources.