Agreements – Part 1

An agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more legally competent parties. Although a binding contract can (and often does) result from an agreement, an agreement typically documents the give-and-take of a negotiated settlement and a contract specifies the minimum acceptable standard of performance.” (Source: BusinessDirectory) Drafting … Read more

What Are The Purpose of Exclusivity Agreements?

Exclusivity agreements, because they are present in a number of different areas of the law, come in a variety of forms and are designed to meet a range of goals. The overriding purpose of each exclusivity agreement is, however, to define a relationship in which (generally) two parties agree to deal only with one another, … Read more

What is a Supplier Agreement?

A supplier agreement is an agreement between a supplier and another party. Generally, the other party is a business or company. A supplier may refer to a manufacturer, processor, packager, distributer, wholesaler, dealership, or merchant. The agreement is a consensus between the two parties regarding the rights and obligations surrounding the supplier’s business relationship with … Read more