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Hello, I have accepted a position of Co-ordinator at an Out of School Hours Care centre. On taking up this position I have an "Employee Contract -Casual Employee Outside School Hours Care Child Care Industry Award". My question is about the last paragraph in this contract which states, "I, *** ***, agree to the terms and conditions of my employment as contained in this letter. I warrant that I have had the opportunity to take legal advice as to the nature, effect and extent of these terms and conditions. I further warrant that I am aware that .....(name of employer)... is relying upon these warranties." Do I need to see a solicitor about this document before signing. Regards, *** ***