Model Contracts ICC’s series of Model contracts is a unique set of trade tools. Succinct and practical, they are fair and balanced for all parties by clearly presenting comprehensive sets of rights and obligations.
The model allows for a solid decision-making process, a clear allocation of participation and provision of resources, the need for swift and effective dispute resolution, and the need for complete and informed allocation of risks. > Read more
ICC Short Form Model Contracts gives a clear and concise presentation of both types of contract Model Agency and Distributorship. It provides essential model clauses for drafting simplified contracts and is an invaluable tool for international traders. > Read more
With the increasing globalization of markets, more and more businesses draft cross-border contracts on a regular basis.
This guide clarifies the issues surrounding international contracts and will help lawyers and business people avoid the most common pitfalls. > Read more
The ICC Model Contract on Distributorship provides a uniform contractual framework which incorporates the prevailing practice of international trade. This new revised version takes into account recent developments in the laws affecting distribution. > Read more
The model accommodates the desire of all parties for a solid unanimous decision making process, a clear allocation of participation and provision of resources, the need for swift and effective dispute resolution, and the need for complete and informed allocation of risks. > Read more
The model confidentiality agreement and stand-alone model confidentiality clause help business people and lawyers by providing balanced, reliable models that can be used in transactions across sectors and borders. > Read more
Mis à jour en 2015 pour prendre en compte des développements juridiques récents relatifs à l’agent, ce contrat modèle ne s’appuie pas sur des dispositions nationales spécifiques ; au contraire, il intègre les pratiques commerciales internationales ainsi que les principes généralement reconnus par les droits internes en matière d’agence. > Read more