Distribution, Agency & Introduction Agreements
Blacks Solicitors’ Commercial Law team provide pragmatic, cost-effective legal advice to business owners on the creation of commercial agreements.
A Distribution Agreement is a contract between a supplier of goods and a distributor of goods.
The supplier may be a manufacturer, or a distributor reselling the goods of another party.
An Agency Agreement is formed when one party (an Agent), is authorised by another person (the Principal) to act on the Principal’s behalf. A Principal assigning Agency to an Agent is creating a legal relationship with that Agent.
An Introduction (or Commission or a Finder’s Fee) Agreement is a contract where one party (who are a supplier of goods and/or services) wishes to engage another to introduce potential clients for the goods and/or services in exchange for a commission.
An Introduction Agreement can be set up to operate on a fixed fee or percentage basis.
How Blacks Can Help
If your business requires any of the agreements above, or any other agreement, Blacks’ Commercial Law team can help. Our aim is to understand you and your business and apply a commercial approach to your agreements, putting the interests of your business at the forefront. From drafting to reviewing and advising, we deliver a service to ensure that you are protected and guided throughout the process.
For more information on the above, or to find out how Blacks’ Commercial Law team can assist you with your commercial agreements, please email or call us today on 0113 207 0000.