Agency Agreement for A Sole Agent
A Sole Agency Agreement Covers:-
Agency Agreement when company appoints the agent as its sole or exclusive agent for the purchase of all goods.
A sole agency agreement is similar to an exclusive agency agreement. You give rights to one agent to sell the property but you may find a buyer yourself. If you find a buyer who has not been introduced by the agent, then no commission is payable to the agent.
Agency Agreement for a Sole Agent Includes terms covering:
- Appointment of Agent
- Duties of agents
- No purchase through company
- Shipment of goods
- Payment by company
- Alternative payment clause
- Repayment of expenses
- Summary determinations
- Obligation to be imposed on purchasers
- Purchases by agents on own account
- Terms not to be included in contracts negotiated by agents
- Law applicable
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he agency agreement must state:
- the services the agent will provide for you
- the amounts of any fees or commission you agree to pay for those services
- the circumstances in which the agent is entitled to payment – for example, commission is usually payable only when the property is sold
- how and when payment is to be made – for example, whether the agent can deduct their commission from the deposit money paid by the buyer
- warnings about circumstances in which you might have to pay commission to more than one agent
- from 1 March 2015 inclusive, a warning about the commission if the agreement includes a term that a commission is payable even if the sale of the property is not completed
- the extent of the agent’s authority to act for you – for example, whether the agent is permitted to exchange a sale contract on your behalf or make changes to the sale contract
- the agent’s estimated selling price for the property. The price may be a single price or a price range. Note: If a price range is used the highest price cannot exceed the lowest price by more than 10%. An agent is required to amend their estimated selling price if it is no longer reasonable, notify you in writing and amend the agency agreement. Your consent is not required to amend the agreement with the revised estimated selling price. The agent must provide you with evidence of the reasonableness of their estimated selling prices.
You have the right to negotiate the terms and conditions of the agreement and to ask for any legally permitted changes to be made. Alterations made to the agreement need to be signed by all parties, except if the agent revises their estimated selling price for your property.