Introducer Agreement Template (Introducer Commission) (A213)

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Who can use this Introducer Agreement Template (Introducer Commission)?

Any two businesses can use this introduction commission agreement, whether they are sole traders or larger organisations or a mixture of the two.

It is suitable for a range of businesses – from  a wedding planner who introduces a florist to her clients to a carpenter who introduces a decorator to his clients – and vice versa in each case.

We also have a shorter commission agreement, document A132

What is this Introducer Agreement Template for?

It is designed for use where one business agrees to introduce another business to its customers or clients in return for commission.  The agreement identifies the basis for introductions, commission and payment terms, etc.

The agreement is prepared in the form of a letter prepared on the headed notepaper of the company offering to make introductions.

What are the main issues?

Roles of parties.  One will arrange introductions of certain types of clients or contacts to the other. This may involve  one party providing the other with marketing literature.

Financial.  Introductions which are successful will result in a commission payment to the introducer.  Calculation and payment terms need to be set out.

Duration.  The agreement should say when it starts and ends and what happens to introductions that become fruitful after the agreement ends.

Good faith and other terms designed to ensure a collaborative approach can usefully be included.

Confidentiality is also important. You may also need to consider Data Protection Act implications.

What detailed terms does the contract contain?

This contract contains 15 clauses covering

  • introductions
  • your role
  • commission
  • payment
  • commencement & duration
  • confidentiality
  • good faith
  • third party enquiries
  • independence & authority
  • assignment & subcontracting
  • termination
  • indemnity
  • no warranty
  • notices
  • resolution of disputes

For more information on each of these sections, see our Explanatory Notes  which you will  receive when you download the document from our website.

For information on signing documents see our Contract Signing page

When I download the document, can I change it and/or use it more than once?

Yes, all ContractStore’s templates are in MS Word and you can use the contract on more than one project. For more information, watch the video

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