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ICC model contracts and clauses aim to provide a sound legal basis upon which parties to international contracts can quickly establish an even-handed agreement acceptable to both sides.
The contracts are the products of some of the finest legal minds in the field of international commercial law. They are constructed to protect the interests of all the parties, combining a single framework of rules with flexible provisions allowing the parties to insert their own requirements.
ICC model contracts and clauses
The ICC Model International Sale Contract is a time-saving guide for traders, importers, lawyers and all parties involved in these important international transactions.
The ICC Model Contract on Commercial Agency is for parties negotiating agency agreements abroad who face a major difficulty: the lack of uniform rules.
To take into account latest developments across the world, ICC's experts have now updated the successful ICC Model International Franchising Contract.
Distributorship contracts are one of the most frequently used means for organizing the distribution of goods in a foreign country.
M & A agreements cover a variety of contracts to transfer businesses or companies. This share purchase agreement becomes extremely useful in any situation where the entire issued share capital of a company or business is acquired by another.
ICC Model International Trademark License addresses the situation where the owner of a well-known trademark licenses the trademark to a company which will use it with respect to products not manufactured or sold by the licensor.
The ICC Model Contract "Selective Distribution" is intended for the marketing of products through a network of qualified retailers. Selective distribution agreements allow the exporter to better control the way its products are marketed by creating a direct link between the exporter and the retailers who sell its products to the final consumer.
Before entering a business transaction, companies of all sizes have to consider how to protect sensitive information by drafting a non-disclosure agreement. As each company tries to build a confidentiality contract in its favour, the process may often cause long discussions, delays and higher transaction costs.
Practice has shown that companies and businesses involved in international trade frequently use commercial agency and distributorship contracts to distribute their products abroad.
However, users should bear in mind fundamental differences in purpose and substance between these contracts when deciding which one to choose.
Turnkey contracts take a range of forms and at present no single model contract covers them all. The Model Contract for the Turnkey Supply of an Industrial Plant has special characteristics...
As technology and IP rights become increasingly important, more and more companies across the globe conclude transactions to transfer technology among business entities.
The ICC Model Contract "Occasional Intermediary (Non-circumvention and Non-disclosure)" covers the most common varieties of international contracts to which an international intermediary is a party.
ICC Model Subcontract is mainly designed for major turnkey projects but flexible enough to be used as a subcontract to other standard forms of contract as well. Taking innto consideration that international turnkey construction projects are often multifaceted transactions that require complex legal documentation, the ICC Model Subcontract is the answer for all those who seek a reliable and balanced standard form to prevent drowning in a flood of papers and documents.
International turnkey construction projects are often complex transactions, requiring correspondingly complex legal documentation. Moreover, many such major construction projects are an important element in international development, and it is vital that the arrangements put in place be durable, clear and equitable.
When negotiating consultancy agreements abroad, one of the main difficulties faced by parties engaged in international trade is the lack of standard provisions for agreements of this type. Also, consultancy agreements are often not governed by specific statutory provisions.
In complex transactions, international as well as national co-operation between companies require solid and balanced terms and conditions. ICC has prepared this Joint Venture Model Contract for use by small, medium-sized or large companies in order to provide them with a unique, balanced platform that is fair to all parties.
Companies of all sizes wanting to cooperate on major projects, whether international or domestic, require solid and balanced terms and conditions for such cooperation and it is vital that the arrangements put in place be durable, clear and equitable thereby enhancing business in general.