[Cancellation option if it is not applicable or unenforceable under the law applicable to the Contract – 14.4.2 The application of all provisions of this Agreement that are intended to survive the expiration of this Agreement. 14.5 At the end of this Agreement, the Customer shall pay all commissions due to the Contractor. In order to provide common terminology for international shipping and minimize misunderstandings about the terms of contracts, the International Chamber of Commerce has developed a number of terms known as Incoterms. These are the basic terms used in international sales contracts and describe the liability of the seller and the buyer (transfer of risk from the buyer to the seller). It is the importer`s responsibility to know the effects of the terms used in a particular contract (FOB, CIF, etc.) that he considers fair and equitable in the circumstances, or to terminate that contract on a date and on conditions to be determined. Either you add these permissions to a worker role for which you want to enable contract import, or you use one of the following predefined work roles that contain the following permissions: Any dispute, controversy, or claim arising out of or in connection with this Agreement, including its conclusion, interpretation, performance, violation, its termination or invalidity, shall be governed by the rules of [Specify the Institution of Arbitration] by [indication of the number of arbitrators, e.B. sole arbitrators or, where applicable, three arbitrators] appointed in accordance with the above rules. The place of arbitration is [specified]. The language of the arbitration is [specify]. Regardless of the form that the export contract takes, you should be careful when formulating this document, as it is created between companies from countries that may have very different legal systems, regulations and attitudes towards business. These differences can lead to disputes even when trading with other fairly developed countries. The challenge is to make your export contracts as clear, concise and comprehensive as possible.
14.1 This Agreement shall enter into force on the day of its signature (or on the day of the last signature if it is signed by the Parties at different times) and shall last indefinitely. Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving the other party written notice of a [number] of months. 23.2 Recognizing that such Confidential Information will be disclosed or otherwise made available to either party for the purpose of performing this Agreement, both parties hereby agree that at no time before or after the termination of this Agreement, nor directly or indirectly, will they disclose, disclose or use the Confidential Information without authorization. except to the extent that such Confidential Events 17.2.1 could not reasonably have been taken into account by the party concerned at the time of the conclusion of this Agreement; An import/export agreement protects your company in its relations with foreign companies and ensures that the conditions under which the import takes place are clear to both parties. 16.1 “Force Majeure” means war, emergency, accident, fire, earthquake, flood, storm, industrial action or any other obstacle which the party concerned proves was beyond its control and which could not reasonably be expected to take into account the obstacle at the time of entering into this Agreement or to have avoided or overcome it or its consequences. [Option (no commission for direct sales): “However, the agent is not entitled to commissions for direct sales of products (or services) made by the client for the duration of this contract in the territory.”] 14.3 Either party may terminate this Agreement with immediate effect by written notice to the following address: The target import object in the contract import object contains information about the contract and information about the parties. Information about the parties includes the supplier`s customer or organisation, a person who is a consumer or supplier and a person who is a contact of the customer or supplier. Contract import objects consist of basic contact information, line information, party information, and contact information. This figure contains information about the general objects of importing the contract. [Option 11.2 (Commission for Post-Contractual Sales): “The Contractor is also entitled to a commission for sales concluded on the basis of offers/orders submitted or received from the Contractor if the Customer has terminated the Contract for the reasons set out in Clause 14.3. If the agreement involves a license of proprietary information or technology, ensure that the licensee`s rights are accurate.
Inaccuracies regarding these rights can cause serious problems and result in the loss of your intellectual property. For example, if the licensee uses your technology to develop other technologies, it can significantly affect the value of your asset. [Variant (limited time): “14.1 This Agreement will enter into force on the date of its signature (or on the day of the last signature if it is signed by the parties at different times) and will terminate on [specify date].”] 1.2 Product(s) (or service(s)). The following goods (or services) are advertised by the Agent under this Agreement: [describe product(s)/service(s)] Quantity: Before an import order is placed, an importer must assess the domestic market. This will help the importer assess the actual quantity of the product to be imported. Inspection: The importer must clearly indicate whether the inspection of the imported product is being carried out by the importer or by the exporter or by a third party agency. In the case of a third-party inspection, the importer should also specify who bears the costs of the inspection. Terms of delivery: The terms of delivery define the obligations and responsibilities of the buyer and seller upon delivery of the goods. The importer must check all the delivery conditions specified in the Incoterms in order to avoid any doubt about the characteristics.
Payment terms: The payment method is an essential part of an import contract. The creditworthiness of the importer, payment history, currency and licensing regulations in different countries, as well as business practices all influence the choice of payment method. Import Permit and Import Permit: The importer must verify whether the goods to be imported require a permit or not. The importer must also check whether the imported goods are prohibited or restricted. Duties and duties: It is preferable for an importer to be aware of all duties and charges levied on imported goods. Delivery/Shipping Times: The importer must set a specific date for the delivery of the product, which is also acceptable for the exporter exporting the goods.. .