A principal must supply his commercial agent1 with a statement of the commission due2, not later than the last day of the month following the quarter in which the commission has become due, and that statement must set out the main components used in calculating the amount of the commission3. Further, a commercial agent is entitled to demand that he be provided with all the information (and in particular an extract from the books) which is available to his principal and which he needs in order to check the amount of the commission due to him
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