Distribution & Franchise

The distributorship agreements have similar characteristics to the sales agreements and agency agreements, are continuous, the distributor has the authority to act on his own behalf and on his own account independently from the supplier of the products subject to the distribution, and the sui-generis (elements of which are not regulated in the legislation. ) is a type of contract.

In franchising contracts, a long-term and continuous commercial bond is established that envisages the inclusion of independent investors into a system created by the franchisee who has the franchisee, and the use of the brand in question, within a certain period, conditions and limits, in return for a price to be determined.

K&P Legal Law Firm specializes in exclusive and non-exclusive distributorship agreements, franchising agreements, selective distributorship agreements, competition law in distributorship and franchising agreements, and related law areas.