Manufacture Supply Agreements

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Manufacture Supply Agreements

This collection contains two types of manufacturing supply agreements. One for having goods manufactured using licensed technology. The other for having goods manufactured overseas.

In the first type a company grants a licence to use patented technology to manufacture goods and sell in a specific territory in exchange for royalties. The contract renews automatically. The Licensee pays the cost of sending experts, and other costs of transferring the technology. Royalties are paid on a scale linked to product sold. The licensee agrees to co-operate with the licensor in maintaining and protecting patents and intellectual property rights.

The overseas manufacturing supply agreement is based on an agreement in which an Australian manufacturer engages an agent to organise manufacture in China. The Australian manufacturer then contracts directly with Chinese manufacturers to produce the product.

Agreement to Manufacture Goods Overseas

A manufacture supply agreement when a manufacturer engages an agent to source manufacturers a product overseas. The manufacturer then contracts directly with overseas manufacturers to produce the product.

 This manufacturing supply agreement of goods clauses cover:

  • Definitions
  • Interpretation
  • Rights Granted
  • Duration Of Agreement
  • Termination
  • Effect Of Termination
  • Automatic Termination
  • Terms Of Payment
  • GST
  • Time For Payment
  • Duties And Undertakings
  • Quotations
  • Duties And Undertakings
  • Confidentiality
  • Indemnity
  • Infringement By Another
  • Relationship Of Parties
  • Insurances
  • Severability
  • Force Majeure
  • Assignment
  • Waiver
  • Entire Understanding
  • Variation
  • Notices
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Execution Of Counterparts

17 pages long.

Agreement for Supply of Goods & Services

A Contractors Agreement Template is a commitment between a service provider and a client. Particular aspects of the service – quality, availability, responsibilities – are agreed between the service provider and the service user.

A Contractors Agreement , also known as a Services Agreement, or a contract for services (Services Agreement) is an agreement under which one party (Supplier) agrees to provide services to another party (Client) in exchange for remuneration.

Agreement for Supply of Goods & Services is often issued in response to a request for proposal.  The Supplier agrees to provide services to the Client by providing a proposal, which the Client rejects or accepts by providing purchase orders. This Services Agreement Template is 21 pages long and includes:-

Contents

  • 1       Appointment
  • 2       Term of appointment
  • 3       Consultancy services
  • 4       Commitment
  • 5       Fees and expenses
  • 6       Termination of appointment
  • 7       Copyright etc
  • 8       Conflict of interest 5
  • 9       Office facilities
  • 10     Applicable provisions from the Sale of Business
  • Schedule 1 – Initial fee
  • Schedule 2 – Individual employee job descriptions  8

The contents of a Services Agreement varies according to the Services provided, the relationship of the Supplier and Client, and the contents of related documents.

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This collection contains two types of manufacturing supply agreements. One for having goods manufactured using licensed technology. The other for having goods manufactured overseas.

In the first type a company grants a licence to use patented technology to manufacture goods and sell in a specific territory in exchange for royalties. The contract renews automatically. The Licensee pays the cost of sending experts, and other costs of transferring the technology. Royalties are paid on a scale linked to product sold. The licensee agrees to co-operate with the licensor in maintaining and protecting patents and intellectual property rights.

The overseas manufacturing supply agreement is based on an agreement in which an Australian manufacturer engages an agent to organise manufacture in China. The Australian manufacturer then contracts directly with Chinese manufacturers to produce the product.

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