Regardless of the form in which the agreement with a foreign partner is concluded, it is important that the parties agree on the most crucial elements of the contract. Incorporating these clauses will enable the parties to execute the contract in a transparent manner, without any ambiguity or uncertainties.
When force majeure events occur in international trade contracts, significant problems may arise in the process of its performance. However, including appropriate clauses in the contract that address such issues can help to manage the situation in a controlled and orderly manner.
As it is for the pandemic the world is slowly returning to normality, and there is much less talking about coronavirus cases, many entrepreneurs still feel the severe effects caused by the pandemic, including: disruptions in supply chains, lack of availability of materials or lack of components.
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Although the indicated issues should be clearly regulated in each contract on the basis of which the guarantee is granted, in the case of foreign deliveries they are particularly important.
Below you will find some useful information on how to negotiate contracts concluded with a foreign business partner.
The purpose of the NDA is to secure the confidential nature of information that is provided to the other party in connection with the commencement of negotiations, determining the terms of possible cooperation between the parties, the concluded contract, cooperation or employment.
The standard practice is to start reading each document from the beginning. In the case of B2B contracts concluded with a foreign contractor, it is worth reversing this order.
Before formalizing cooperation, future contractors often decide to sign a document in which they summarize the agreed purpose and further planned steps. This document is the letter of intent. What is its role?
Contractual penalties in international contracts – is it worth introducing them to the contract?