5. This promotional material is made available to the company in sufficient quantities by the company to be able to display it in the sales depot and for distribution in the areas of its operation. AND The company has its own branch and distributes the products of other companies and has shown its desire to sell the company`s product from its new showroom, recently rented. E. Relationship of the parties. Distributor is an independent contractor and is not considered a worker, legal representative, trader, general plenipotentiary, joint venture or partner of the company for any purpose. The distributor acknowledges that the entity has not given it the authority to make changes to the terms of sale of the business, to grant guarantees that go beyond the company`s renewed guarantees, limit its commitments or corrective measures that are below the company`s limit, limit its commitments and corrective measures, sign offers, sign commitments (express or tacit) or enter into contracts on behalf of the company in general , or to make a transaction with the customer. , government agencies or third parties. 6. That the company bear 60% of the rental costs and the employees, who represent no more than 6% of the book value of all the company`s products sold to the company.

This amount is credited quarterly to the company`s current account with the company. 4. That the company authorize the company to make one month`s compensation on all invoices. However, all payments received after one month are subject to a delay of 18% per year. d. Notwithstanding other provisions of this agreement, each party acknowledges that the protected information must not contain information that the recipient party has already known at the time of disclosure or that is not made public by the illegal action of the recipient party; (ii) is received, quite rightly, by a third party by the recipient party, without violating this agreement; (iii) be developed independently by the recipient party, without the information received under this agreement being used; (iv) assists a third party, without limitation of the third party`s right, with advertising by the publishing party; or (v) by the written permission of the revealing party expressly. c. Under no circumstances will the recipient party disclose all or part of this information to third parties without the prior written consent of the revealing party; in addition, third parties must also consent in writing to restrictions comparable to those in this section 6. The recipient party may disclose the protected information, as long as it is necessary by a proper decision by a court or other government agency or by applicable legislation; However, provided that the recipient party does everything reasonably in its power to inform the open party of the pre-disclosure disclosure obligation, so that the open party has the opportunity to object to such disclosure. one. The term „proprietary information” refers to all information, technical data or know-how (including, but not limited, on products, software, services, development, inventions, processes, techniques, customers, pricing, internal procedures, business and marketing plans, finance, employees and business opportunities) that are directly or indirectly disclosed by one party (the „deciding party”) to the other (the „beneficiary party”) , directly or indirectly, in any form.

, including orally or visually, not limited to writing, in a machine-readable form or in some other tangible form.