Section 18. If a salaried employee has - for reasons of competition - made a commitment not to carry on a trade or other business of a specified type, nor to accept employment in any such trade or business, the provisions of Sections 36 and 38 of the Danish Contracts' Act, 1917, shall apply. The commitment mentioned in the first sentence of this Section may only be made with legal effect by an employee holding a post of responsibility or who has concluded an agreement with the employer on the right to use an invention made by the employee. The commitment shall be binding on the employee only for a period of twelve months as of the date of termination of employment relationship, unless reasonable compensation has been received under a written agreement restricting the employee's access to employment. The amount of compensation shall be specifically stated in the contract.