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Unfortunately, generally, hiring the caregiver who was employed by an agency with which consumer has a non-compete agreement, would in most cases constitute the breach of the non-compete clause and can subject consumer to legal liability based on such breach.
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Yes. Paying any money to the caretaker directly and not through the agency would generally be the breach of the non-compete agreement.
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