ICC Short Form Model Contracts: International Commercial Agency and Distributorship

No. @791E

ISBN : 978-92-842-0430-4

Practice has shown that companies and businesses involved in international trade frequently use commercial agency and distributorship contracts to distribute their products abroad. 

However, users should bear in mind fundamental differences in purpose and substance between these contracts when deciding which one to choose. 

The publication ICC Short Form Model Contracts is a simplified contract intended for parties who do not want a detailed commercial agency contract or distributorship contract, but prefer a shorter simpler form covering only the most essential issues.

It should be stressed that a "short form" contract will contain only provisions which cover the most typical issues arising between the parties and will not provide the choice of more sophisticated alternative provisions which might actually be more appropriate for some users. 

This revised publication complements two recently-revised models, the ICC Model Commercial Agency Contract(publication No. 766) and the ICC Model Distributorship Contract (publication No. 776). 

Revision of this model contract was prepared by a dedicated sub-group of the Agency and Distributorship Working Group under the auspices of the ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice, and was chaired by Fabio Bortolotti (Italy).

The contract is provided in a fully editable format (both pdf or word) permitting you to easily adapt the contract to your specific case. 

 

Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0430-4
Number of pages : 23
Publishing date : 2017
Language : English
Format in cm : N/A

ICC SHORT FORM MODEL CONTRACT

  • International Commercial Agency
    • Introduction
    • Comments on specific points

PART I Special Conditions

PART II General Conditions

ICC SHORT FORM MODEL CONTRACT

  • International Distributorship
    • Introduction
    • Comments on specific points

PART I Special

PART II General Conditions

Revision of this model contract was prepared by a dedicated sub-group of the Agency and Distributorship Working Group under the auspices of the ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice, and was chaired by Fabio Bortolotti (Italy).

The model benefited from the active participation of the following sub-group members: Horst Becker (Germany), Mariaelena Giorcelli (Italy), Sven Petersen (Denmark), Christoph Martin Radtke (France), and Carlo Tabellini (Italy).

As always, ICC national committees around the world were instrumental in circulating drafts of this contract to their trading communities for comment. ICC Secretariat direction was provided by Emily O’Connor, ICC Head of Policy for Commercial Law and Practice.