International contracts

International sales contract of goods subject to export license

Countries: UAE and ItalyIndustries: Manufacturing
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International sales contract with split deliveries

Contract redaction in order to regulate the sale of agricultural products in high quantities with split deliveries in the span…
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International sales contract with extended retention of title

Extended retention of title of German law protects the vendor. This operates as a guarantee in case of the absence…
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Agency contract with an agent located in France

Self-sufficient contract which furthermore, limits the indemnity cost usually due to the French agentCountries: France and ItalyIndustries: Fashion and Luxury
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International distribution common-law contract: indemnity for terminating the relation asked by the Austrian distributor

During a consolidated common-law commercial relationship, an Austrian distributer proposes a contract to the supplier where there is an unexpected…
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Agency and international distribution contract with consignment stock

An Italian supplier seeks to finance the distribution of the products in Tunisia allowing the local distributor to pay for…
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International distribution contract with an American partner

Following a long-term relationship of distributing, an Italian supplier seeks to operate in the United States through an on-the-spot company,…
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China International distribution contract: minimum threshold

An Italian supplier withdraws from the distribution contract rightly for the failure to reach the minimum of the business goals…
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International brand license contract: registered brand by a Chinese distributor

A Chinese distributor, operating without a contract, registered the brand of a supplier in China with an agreement, based on…
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United States license of a trade name, domain name and trademark

A supplier, in order to improve the reputation of its name and brand in the United States, without forming a…
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Marcello

Dear Aurelia, the information you have provided are not sufficient for an answer which is subject to a professional engagement. In any case, we should study the provisions of the contract and identify governing law of the contract.If it does not provide anything on governing law then conflict law shall apply (in the most part of the countries likely the governing law will be the law of the country where the agent is domiciled). best regards Marcello Mantelli

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Aurelia

I signed a contract with a fashion agency but there were no termination clauses in the contract and decided to withdraw it before one week after signature so sent them an email but after 14 days they sent me an email and asserted that because i didnt withdraw in legal deadlines i have to perform the contract and pay whole money.Noboday told me about any deadlines and nothing was in the contract!! Why did they claim such a thing?

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