“Distribution” is widely used to mean an agreement between an owner of anything and a third party who buys to re-sell it. That is a very wide range. If you are uncertain as to which of these agreements might suit you, look also at merchandising agreements and agency agreements. These agreements cover simple deals set up in Canada by either a seller or the distributor, through to very comprehensive deal with a foreign buyer who holds consignment stock.
Distribution agreement: short version
A practical distribution agreement whereby a merchant or manufacturer appoints a distributor who buys the goods and re-sells on his own account at home or abroad. Short version covering all basic matters but stripped of complicated options. Includes extensive drafting notes. Favours merchant but can be edited easily to favour distributor.
Distribution agreement: high brand value product
A distribution agreement, home or export, set up by a manufacturer of a product with high brand and IP value; examples: FMCG, branded consumer durable, or patent protected industrial product. Many options provide great flexibility for you to craft exactly the deal you want.
Distribution agreement: sale of goods, full version, merchant side
A practical distribution agreement whereby a merchant or manufacturer appoints a distributor who buys the goods and re-sells on his own account at home or abroad. Very full agreement with many options to suit your exact need and equally extensive drafting notes. Favours merchant but can be edited easily to favour distributor.
Consignment and distribution agreement: distributor version
A distribution agreement set up by a substantial distributor who operates a turnkey marketing business, importing goods from many manufacturers on a consignment basis. Distributor sets the rules.
Promotion and publicity agreement: sport, concert or other event
You "own" an event. This is the agreement you make with a promoter or publicist. These are your terms, not his. It covers many practical options and protects your intellectual property.
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