Contract of exclusive concession
Gavrilă, Simona Petrina
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The contract of exclusive distribution is the one by which the holder of a mark or the conceder sets himself under the obligation that he should not practice goods selling within a certain territory but to the co-contractor or someone else the concessionaire sets under the obligation of delivering the goods that are the object of concessionary contract, on the grounds of the policy of the conceder. The exclusive character is the most important feature of the contract, exclusivity being sometimes of a double nature: on the one hand, the distributor sets himself under the obligation of not trading goods provided by another supplier, in his turn, agrees not to sell the products to another competitor distributor.