(d) do not communicate questions about the employer`s activity or financial situation to third parties, including the press, and/or assert themselves as an employee or employer representative after the date of dismissal; 7.4 The Worker acknowledges that the terms of transaction agreements under Section 147 of the Equality Act 2010, Section 77 (4A) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (with respect to claims under this Act and the Equal Pay Act 1970), Section 72 (4A) of the Race Relations Act 1976, Section 288 (2B) of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, paragraph 2 of Schedule 3A of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Section 203 (3) of the Employment Rights Act 1996, Regulation 35 (3) der Arbeitszeitordnung 1998, Section 49 (4) of the National Minimum Wage Act 1998, Regulation 41 (4) der Transnational Information and Consultation, etc. Regulation 1999 of Regulation 9 of part-time workers (prevention of less favoured wages) Regulations in 2000, Regulation 10 regulations on temporary employees (prevention of unfavourable treatment) Regulations in 2002, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, second paragraph, Of Schedule 4 of the Equality of Work Regulation (Sexual Orientation) 2003, Paragraph 2, paragraph 2, Schedule 4 of the Employment Equal Treatment Regulations (religion or conviction) 2003, Regulation 40, paragraph 4 of the 2004 Worker Information and Consultation Regulation, paragraph 12 of the occupational and personal pension schedule (employer consultation and various amendments) were complied with in the 2006 Regulations and 2, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, Schedule 5 of the Equal Treatment of Workers Regulations (age) 2006. The agreement implies that the employer gives the promise to end the illegal treatment, grant you financial compensation or both. The document established is a legally binding contract between the worker and the employer, to which both parties must comply. It is very likely that the employer wishes to preserve the confidentiality of this agreement. If you have been offered a transaction contract and you need an objective lawyer to verify and sign the document, Monaco Solicitors can help you wherever you are in the UK. The law requires that all these agreements be countersigned by an independent consultant, usually a lawyer. Before signing the document, we will carefully review all the conditions and fine print of the document to ensure that the offer and other conditions are fair.