The recipient is considered a third party that connects the sender to all potential buyers or buyers of the goods, since the shipper is the rightful owner of the goods and the recipient`s rights and obligations are limited to what is agreed in the delivery contract. License and intellectual property – in the case of the supply of a specific product to a customer, a first step may be the licensing of a particular technology (often the ownership of the unveiling party) from one party to another to develop and/or manufacture the product in question. This concept is described in the project as a „substantive intellectual property“ license. It will be important to define the terms of the licence. The agreement should look at the technology that will be conceded, for how long and for what purpose. It will be important to clarify the rights of the parties to intellectual property rights (if any) that may occur at the end of the project. The form refers to this concept in the sense of Project Intellectual Property. Similarly, it will often be necessary to be aware of the respective rights of the parties in terms of market rights and the sale of the final product. If the buyer has financed the development of the product, it is not uncommon for the buyer to attempt to retain exclusive rights to the market and sale rights of the product. This problem has not been specifically addressed in the form, but it can often appear as part of a bespoke supply agreement.
This section describes the goods, goods, items sold by the recipient on behalf of the sender and the number of units of each item provided by the sender. This section may include. B factory codes, serial numbers, model and style numbers or other merchandise information, as well as the initial retail price for each item mentioned and the date on which these goods are delivered to the recipient. The sale and purchase clause defines the obligation of basic delivery and purchase of the parties. Sales and purchase commitments may be expressed in fixed (or variable) quantities of goods or in any other extreme quantity, may consist of an exclusive purchase obligation, an exclusive delivery obligation or both. During shipping, the sender can ask the recipient to return their products by communing a notification to the recipient. This section describes how the sender should notify the recipient and how long the notice period is. In addition, at the end of the delivery period, the recipient may require the sender to recover its products, which must be determined, as well as the length of its delay. Purchasing products – contains the terms of sale of the company, which should preferably be attached to the agreement (not included in the form of the distributor).