If you are reviewing international distribution agreements, you may need to consider the laws and regulations of the end-user country when developing your agreement to ensure that you are protected for sales in that country. It is also important, if you are thinking about the best way to market, sell or distribute your products, to be aware of the legal and practical difference between appointing an agent and a reseller. There are exclusive, non-exclusive and exclusive distribution agreements. Often, competition issues are also taken into account in exclusive distribution agreements. These need to be tightened than a non-exclusive agreement, as both parties have more stakes and the relationship is closer to that of a franchise. at the reasonable request of the distributor and offer free of charge up to 10 hours of training on all the characteristics of the products that the distributor reasonably considers for the distributor and its collaborators and representatives to meet the purposes of the appointment of the distributor, There are different forms of agency contracts and there are more rules that are considered by agents as distributors. An agent may be entitled to negotiate and conclude contracts on behalf of the contracting authority or may be a representative of the contracting entity, but without such an authority. Any type of agency can be exclusive or not. In the case of the sale and purchase of goods, it is likely that the Agency will be subject to the provisions relating to commercial agents. These rules provide for compensation for the agent when the client terminates the relationship. As with agencies, there are different types of distribution agreements.