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3 Clauses 104 to 109 only need to be included if the Contractor is to provide sedation services.

4 This clause must be included if the Agreement begins on 1st April. If not it should be omitted. See regulation 16 of the Regulations.

5 This clause must be included if the Agreement begins on a date other than 1st April. If not, it should be omitted. See regulation 16 of the Regulations.

6 It is recommended that the hours during which services that are not mandatory services are to be provided are specified in the Agreement.

1 This clause must be included if the Agreement begins on 1st April. If not it should be omitted. See regulation 16 of the Regulations.

2 This clause should be included if the Agreement begins on a date other than 1st April. If not, it should be omitted. See regulation 16 of the Regulations.

3 It is recommended that the hours during which services that are not mandatory services are to be provided are specified in the Agreement.

1 It is recommended that the hours during which Dental Public Health Services, if provided, are specified in

the Agreement.



2 This clause should be included if the Agreement begins on 1st April. If not it should be omitted. See regulation 14 of the Regulations.

3 This clause should be included if the Contract begins on a date other than 1st April. If not, it should be omitted. See regulation 18 of the Regulations.

4 If orthodontic services are to be provided under the Agreement, it is recommended that the hours during which such services are provided are specified in the Agreement.

1 This needs adapting depending on whether clause 116 or 117 has been utilised.

2 This needs adapting depending on whether clause 116 or 117 has been utilised.

3 Insert here any variation to the period of 60 days referred to in 125.2. In the case of an agreement with a duration period of less than 12 months, a period of less than 60 days or no period may apply. See regulation 15(4) of the Regulations.

1 This needs adapting depending on whether clause 116 or 117 has been utilised.

1See regulation 20 of the Regulations.

1This clause needs to be adapted depending on what the parties agree – see paragraph 4(1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations.

2Clause 143 only needs to be included if the Contractor is, pursuant to clause 142, entitled to provide orthodontic services to persons over the age of 18 at the date of the case assessment.

1 Clauses 164 to 167 need to be included if the Contractor is providing any one or more of advanced mandatory services, domiciliary services or advanced mandatory services.

1 There is no obligation to provide out of hours services pursuant to the Regulations. However, it is open to the Contractor and the Board to agree that the Contractor should provide such services and any further services during and outside normal surgery hours, the details should be set out here.

1If the Contractor is to supply drugs and prescribe, this Part is required by the Regulations (see regulation 20 and Part 3 of Schedule 3).

1 Where the PDS Agreement is of a type where a particular clause can apply, this Part is required by the Regulations (see regulation 24 and Part 4 of Schedule 3).

1Where the PDS Agreement is of a type where a particular clause can apply, this Part is required by the Regulations: see regulation 20 and Part 5 of Schedule 3.

1 Clause 230 only needs to be included if the Contractor is a dental corporation.

1 Clause 230A only needs to be included if the Contractor is a company limited by shares

1 Clause 230C only needs to be included if the Contractor is a limited liability partnership

1Part 14 is required by regulations 17 and 18 of the Regulations and section 109(4) of the 2006 Act.

1Clause 238 needs to be included as some of the details in respect of payments to the Contractor will need to be set out. See Schedule 4.

2Except where expressly indicated in the footnote, this Part is required by the Regulations (see regulation 18).

1Clause 243 is not mandatory but it is recommended.

2 This Part is required by the Regulations (see paragraphs 77 and 78 of Schedule 3).

1 This Part is required by the Regulations (see paragraphs 79 and 80 of Schedule 3).

1 This Part is required by the Regulations: see paragraph 81 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations.

1 This Part is required by the Regulations (see paragraph 82 of Schedule 3).

1 This Part is required by the Regulations: see Part 6 of Schedule 3.

1This clause is not mandatory but it is recommended to ensure that the Contractor is still under an obligation to comply with the investigation of a complaint or with any relevant investigation where the Agreement has terminated or expired.

1Except where specifically indicated in the footnotes, this Part is required by the Regulations (see Part 7 of Schedule 3).

2 These clauses are mandatory terms only if the agreement is not an NHS contract. Otherwise, the clauses should not be included in the Agreement.

3 If the Agreement is an NHS contract, the parties must select the phrase “section 9(5) of the 2006 Act”. If the Agreement is not an NHS contract, the parties must select the phrase “clause 279 above”.

1 Except where it is indicated in a footnote that a particular provision is only required in certain types of Agreement, this Part is required by the Regulations: see Part 9 of Schedule 3.

1Clauses 292 and 293 only need to be included if the Contractor is an individual. If not, these clauses should be omitted.

1 The clauses under this heading are only relevant if the Agreement is made with a dental corporation, company limited by shares, or limited liability partnership.

1The parties are required to make suitable provision for arrangements on the termination of the Agreement, including the consequences (whether financially or otherwise) of the Agreement ending, subject to any specific requirements of the Regulations (see regulation 19). Subject to this requirement, the parties could draft their own provisions dealing with the consequences of termination.

1This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

2This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

1 This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

2 This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

3 This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

1 This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

1 This clause is not required by the Regulations, but is recommended.

1It is recommended that this form is used if the Contractor is an individual.

2Please provide the address to which official correspondence and notices should be sent.

1 It is recommended that this form is used if the Contractor is a dental corporation.

1 It is recommended that this form is used if the Contractor is a company limited by shares.

1 It is recommended that this form is used if the Contractor is a limited liability partnership.

1 Paragraph 2 of Schedule 4 to the Regulations currently refers to qualifying bodies. The Department intends to correct this error in the next set of amendments made to these Regulations.

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