27. In the event of disagreement between the company and the contractor concerning this contract and the implementation of the decision of the manager of the company, it is final and binding on the contractor. 14. The Enterprise is entitled to deduct all payments made by the Company that are due by the Contractor under this Contract or the Law from all funds that the Enterprise is required to pay to the Contractor under this Contract. 13. The Contractor is responsible for the payment of wages to any worker he employs for the Enterprise when wages are due, the Enterprise may appoint a duly authorized representative who will be present at the time of payment of wages by the Contractor and shall certify the amounts paid as remuneration in accordance with the law. 4. It is the responsibility of the company to give instructions or directives on how the loading and unloading work is carried out by the workers and the workers provided by the contractor perform the work accordingly. 1.
The Enterprise hereby designates the Contractor as the employment enterprise for the supply of labour carrying out the work of loading and unloading goods in a ship of the Enterprise when it arrives in that port. 12. If a legal withdrawal in favour of the worker provided by the contractor is not appropriate, incompatible with the traineeship or, as far as possible, is not required, the company will provide it within the legal period and the contractor shall pay the company, upon request, the costs it has incurred in this context. 5. It is not the duty or responsibility of the contractor to supervise the work of the workers he has provided, but the enterprise, through its representatives, will perform this work and the workers will obey and carry out the instructions he has given. 5. The enterprise shall propose to instruct the ship of the enterprise arriving in the said port to load and unload cargoes, and the contractor has agreed to provide labour for this purpose on the terms recorded below and agreed between the parties. (18) Any worker eliminated by the Contractor may be at least 25 years of age instead of 55 years of age, and the Contractor shall obtain from each worker a medical certificate on each worker and present that he or she does not have a serious illness and is physically able to perform the prescribed work. . . .