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Frequently asked questions about Agreement for Distributor.

Q:How can I reduce the risk of my Buyer circumventing me and dealing with the Supplier directly?

A: Include non-circumvention terms in the Distributor Agreement.

Q: How do I know who is responsible for the shipment and when risk transfers?

A: Include risk transfer terms in the Distributor Agreement.

Q: Who will pay for customs duties, etc.?

A: Include allocation of responsibility in the Distributor Agreement.

Rule #1: "Get it in Writing"

Disputes can be very costly and and can damage business relationships. The key to dispute-avoidance is implementing a clear and well-drafted Distributor Agreement. 

For a Distributor Agreement Checklist, click here, 19 Issues for Distributor Agreement.

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Related Info and Checklists:

Distributor Agreement Checklist

New Business Checklist

Licensing Agreement Checklist

Trademark Licensing Agreement Checklist

 

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*  This is not an exclusive checklist and you should not rely solely on this checklist.
You should consult an attorney as to the specifics of your situation.

 

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