D. Distributors will sell SPY products exclusively to “end users.” An end user is any buyer of SPY products who is the ultimate consumer of the products and does not intend to resell the SPY products to a third party. In addition, retailers cannot sell to someone a larger quantity of SPY products than those usually purchased by a person for personal use, and retailers cannot sell or transfer SPY products to a person or entity for resale without SPY`s prior written consent. This closes sales to B2B accounts, wholesalers, forwarders/carriers for other retailers, or any other person or distributor entity knows or is right to know the SPY products intend to resell. The retailer also undertakes not to have direct or indirect sales or sales of SPY products by mail or internet without SPY`s prior written permission (and signed by an authorized SPY representative). Retailers agree to inform its staff of this provision and take appropriate measures to prevent unauthorized sales of DEEE products. Retailers agree to compensate SPY for reasonable damages for any violation of this paragraph and also reimburse SPY for the purchase of SPY spy products from any other entity to which or by retailers has redirected SPY products. O. Concessionaire agrees that it will pay freight charges for SPY product screens distributed by SPY; these transportation costs are non-refundable. Distributors also accept that all SPY product screens are and will remain the exclusive property of the retailer as long as this agreement is in effect. If retailers fail to comply with its obligations under this agreement, then, after spy`s option, all rights, securities and interest on and display fixings will end up at SPY and traders are at its expense to return the display fixings to SPY. Consumer retail contracts are governed by federal and national consumer protection laws as well as UCC rules. Consumer protection laws are incorporated into the contract and, except when it comes to returning usable and non-defective goods, are usually sidelined with the customer.
For example, consumer protection legislation may regulate how a company must format a retail contract, regulate certain clauses, such as. B a payment acceleration clause or an anti-litigation clause for the settlement of disputes that the contract must not contain, as well as an aduitable test for pricing and contractual terms. While a merchant is not legally required to authorize the customer to return undamaged items, the contractual terms must provide a window of opportunity for the revocation of the retail contract and the return of certain items.