Are you on the lookout for a Distribution Agreement draft or review in Canberra? Distributors are intermediaries that can help manufacturers increase the reach of their goods. A contract lawyer from LegalVision can help all parties secure this commercial arrangement by providing comprehensive drafts or reviews for an affordable fixed fee.
A Distribution Agreement is a standard contract where one party agrees to sell products of the manufacturer. The distributor does so as a principal which means they take title and possession of the goods, purchasing the goods. Essential terms of the Distribution Agreement will cover (i) payment and the consequences of non-payment (ii) whether the agreement is exclusive or non-exclusive (iii) liability and health and safety and (iv) dispute resolution.
LegalVision’s contract lawyers are available to draft or review your Canberra Distribution Agreement. Simply call us today on 1300 544 755, or fill out the form on this page for them to get in touch shortly.
Selective Distribution Agreements are a way for manufacturers to have greater control on the re-sale of their products. These agreements make sure that distributors only deal with other distributors who meet a standard. The selective criteria used will typically require that the products are re-sold to outlets that convey a particular image or on the condition that the distributor trains staff or provides an after-sales service. This helps manufacturers keep their products away from places they want to avoid.
LegalVision is a full service law firm with a team of professional lawyers specialising in commercial law. Each contract lawyers can draft and review your Canberra Distribution Agreement, or manage a contractual dispute. LegalVision’s specialist contract lawyers come from Australia’s leading law firms. All specialist contract lawyers can work online or over the phone, to complete your Canberra Distribution Agreement on time.
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