Exclusive Distribution Agreement Singapore

The laws relating to the sale of goods and the supply of goods provide that specific obligations of the seller and distributor are included in a distribution agreement in Singapore. The contract must include: 2. Non-exclusive agreementIn a non-exclusive agreement, the manufacturer may supply several distributors that, as a rule, compete in the same market. These non-exclusive agreements would generally include consumer goods that are available to the general public and are sold on a larger scale. The seller and distributor can also agree on a minimum amount of products for sale. The supplier agreement must also be established in accordance with Singapore`s Competition Act with respect to price requirements. While the exclusive sales contract allows a seller to choose a single merchant to sell his goods or services within one or more markets, the non-exclusive agreement allows the seller to choose several distributors for his goods or services. The non-exclusive distribution agreement is generally used by Singaporean companies in the rapidly changing consumer goods (FMCG) sector. Success in ending a distribution relationship: The bases identify the state responsible for the agreement. Set up standard methods and procedures for resolving potential disputes and decide on events or actions that could lead to the termination of the contract.

Final issues such as the choice of law, dispute resolution, lack of surrender, etc., must be considered and added. A distribution agreement should also provide for the obligations arising from the transaction between the manufacturer and the distributors. Commitments can be minimum revenue targets. B, the indication of the type of marketing and also the number of reports on sales, customer reviews and product problems. In general, the obligations for exclusive distribution agreements are heavier. Lim Zheng Feng Immanuel has extensive experience working with local SMEs on a variety of business and business issues and issues they face. He advises on intellectual property management, personal data, media and technology; and has prepared commercial agreements for partnerships and shareholders, employment, merchandise distribution, franchise, marketing and sponsorship, hardware maintenance and support, software acquisition and development, digital and traditional multimedia licensing, privacy policy and online terms and conditions. He has also been an external advisor to some multinationals and has focused on regulatory issues such as confidentiality, personal data, employment, advertising (both traditional and new media) and lending.

The distribution agreement is a legally binding agreement between a company supplying products and another entity that markets and markets products, which defines the obligations and responsibilities of both companies to sell/provide services to customers located in specific geographic areas. Two parties had a distribution agreement for a sliding door system. The non-competitive obligation of the distribution agreement prevented the distributor from selling competing products in Malaysia and Brunei, both for the duration of the agreement and for two years thereafter. The distributor would have breached this obligation both during the duration of the agreement and thereafter. The court found that the trader was required to pay damages to the exporter. It is also important to ensure that the agreement is customized for the desired agreement.

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