The CTA forced Ireland to change its immigration policy.  This was remarkable in 1962, when Irish law was amended in response to the Commonwealth Immigrants Act of 1962, which introduced immigration controls between the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries, while in Ireland, the 1962 Foreigners Regulation replaced the earlier provision of the State, which suspended all British subjects from immigration control, exempting only those born in the United Kingdom from taxes. The scope of the Irish provision was much more restrictive than British legislation, since it excluded immigration control only from UK-born British citizens and imposed immigration controls on persons born outside the United Kingdom. The latter group includes persons who were British citizens of origin or birth in a British colony. This discrepancy between the British definition and the Irish definition of a British citizen was not resolved until 1999.  The CTA Cooperation AGREEMENT should determine the role and responsibility of each team member in the work performed at the contract level. These roles and responsibilities are defined by the team, not the government. In 2011, the first public agreement between the British and Irish governments on the continuation of the CTA was reached. It was officially signed on 20 December 2011 in Dublin by uk Immigration Minister Damian Green and Irish Justice Minister Alan Shatter.  At the same time, the two ministers also signed an unpublished Memorandum of Understanding.  A service contract is used when an IP is hired to perform a service that is not delineated in the CTA. Consortium agreement: an agreement regulating the terms of membership in a consortium.
Sub-price/subcontracting: agreement granted to the university under a main contract, agreement or grant. The agreement obliges the two governments to continue their cooperation through the CTA, to align their lists of visa-free countries, to develop an electronic border management system,to participate in the joint use of data to combat the « abuses » of the CTA and to work towards the establishment of a « fully common visa for short-term stays ».    The contract should not be written in legal writing. In order to ensure that all parties have a clear understanding of the definitions of legal concepts, the treaty should be written in clear language. The tasks, results and responsibilities of the test site must be clearly written and detailed to avoid confusion as to what is necessary to carry out the study. Sponsored Research Agreement (SRA): an agreement directly with a for-profit company that provides funding for a preclinical or non-preclinical research project. A SRA can be supported by funding for-profit sponsors (for example. B private companies) or non-profit (state or federal, foundations, etc.). A definition of the Clinical Trials Agreement defines the conditions and obligations that apply to all parties when a clinical trial is conducted. The agreement must be executed completely before the study is activated. A Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA) explains the obligations of disclosure of confidential information and the protection of such data.
Types of CDAs include: Visiting Scientist Agreement: an agreement between the university and another university or another party that describes the conditions and rules to be followed while a faculty member is visiting the other institution. The Common Travel Area (CTA); The Irish territory of Comhlimistéar Taistil is an open border territory that includes the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. British overseas territories are not included. On the basis of agreements that are not legally binding, the internal borders of the CTA, if any, are subject to minimal checks and can normally be carried out by British and Irish citizens with minimal identity documents.