This site affiliation agreement is between , one (s) individuala (s) (the “owner”) and, an individuala (s) (the “affiliate”). Affiliate agreements are where another party sells products on behalf of another company. Affiliate marketing is a very common practice in which a website hosts a product just to take a percentage of the total selling price. Below are some important aspects to consider through agency and affiliate agreements: Allow an affiliate on a non-exclusive basis to promote a retailer`s products, services or services. This is the complete and exclusive expression of the agreement reached between the parties on the purpose of this agreement. All prior and simultaneous communications, negotiations and agreements between the parties on the purpose of this agreement are expressly incorporated into and replaced by this agreement. The provisions of this agreement must not be declared, supplemented or qualified by evidence of the use of trade or a previous activity. None of the parties was led to conclude this agreement and neither party is based on statements, representation, guarantee or agreement, except those expressly defined in this agreement. Unless expressly stated in this agreement, there are no conditions for the effectiveness of this agreement.
Another important aspect of the treaty concerns the terms of its assets. For example, is the affiliate in the program only because they signed the contract? Or do they need to take other training or certification to be part of the program? Can the Affiliate leave the program at any time or can the recruitment company terminate the affiliate contract at any time? Are there any restrictions, compensation or other considerations regarding the termination of these contracts? They accept Merchant.com and their subsidiaries and associated companies, and their directors, executives, employees, representatives, shareholders, partners, members and other owners, against any claim, stock, debt, receivables, liabilities, losses, losses, judgments, transactions, costs and expenses (including reasonable legal fees) (all or all claims below are classified as “losses”), to the extent that such losses (or acts relating to these trademarks) are severe) , trade names, service marks, copyrights, licenses, intellectual property or other property rights of a third party, (ii) any misrepresentation of a guarantee or violation of a contract you have entered into and an agreement or (iii) any claim related to your site, including, but not limited, to content that is not attributable to us.