I see the previous expert has opted out, but I will try to assist you in their place:
Confusion seems to have arisen because the drafter of the agreement appears to have mixed up the concepts of a sole trader, trading name and company. These are common mistakes, but can fatally flaw a contract of this type.
As the previous expert advised it makes no sense to have an individual trading as a company name, so "Joshua Sefo trading as NJF Exercise Physiologists Pty Ltd is wrong. They are different legal entities. It would make sense to have an individual or a company say they are trading under a business name (which is not a separate legal entity, but just a name used to describe the business).
The agreement on the cover sheet says the agreement is for:
-Joshua Sefo trading as NJF Exercise Physiologists Pty Ltd (which makes no sense because an individual cannot trade as a coporation. Either the Individual is the party or the Corporation)
page two lists the parties as:
-Joshua Sefo (with his personal ABN number) but with no reference to the corporation NJF Exercise Physiologists); and
-The Exercise Physiologist which is just a trading name, not a legal entity, and is therefore not capable of being a party to a contract. Moreover, it does not even appear to be a currently registered business name.
So as written in make both parties unclear. The First party is either intended to be Joshua Sefo OR NJF Exercise Physiologists Pty Ltd, but it can't be both. The Second party is presumably meant to be the owner of the business name The Exercise Physiologist but the current owner of that business is not apparent from the agreement.
As it stands this agreement is very likely to result in legal issues due to uncertainty as to who the parties to the agreement are.
As to how to fix the problem, before proceeding the person representing the first party, presumably Joshua Sefo, must decide whether he is contracting personally, or on behalf of his company (assuming he is authorised to represent that company) and the owner of the business name The Exercise Physiologist needs to have their name, not their trading name, set out on the contract.
I trust this assists.
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