To meet this need, ICC has published a revised set of its uniform contractual rules, the ICC Model Distributorship Contract. The rules apply to agreements under which the distributors act either as buyers and resellers or as importers who organize distribution in the country in which they operate.
ICC Model Confidentiality Agreement is the latest in a series of widely used model contracts published by the International Chamber of Commerce.
The model confidentiality agreement and stand-alone model confidentiality clause are designed to assist business people and lawyers by providing balanced, reliable models that can be used in transactions across sectors and borders. In particular, the models allow parties flexibility to tailor the provisions to their transactions, providing alternative language for situations having more than one solution, and highlighting issues that warrant consideration.
Practical and flexible, ICC Model Confidentiality Agreement and ICC Model Confidentiality Clause are essential tools to help businesses engaged in international transactions protect their competitive edge.
The ICC Model Contract on Distributorship provides a uniform contractual framework which incorporates the prevailing practice of international trade. It specifically applies to agreements under which the distributors act either as buyers and resellers, or as importers who organize distribution in the country in which they operate. This new revised version takes into account recent developments in the laws affecting distribution.
The ICC Model Contract “Selective Distribution” is intended for the marketing of products through a network of qualified retailers. Selective distribution agreements allow the exporter to better control the way its products are marketed by creating a direct link between the exporter and the retailers who sell its products to the final consumer.
This model covers selection criteria, the distributor’s minimum purchase obligation, the supplier’s general conditions of sale and after-sale service. It provides a sound legal basis upon which parties can quickly establish an even-handed agreement acceptable to both sides. It saves resources for companies and their legal advisers.