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This Agreement is made on [date]
[insert name of party] [of OR a company incorporated in England and Wales under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (Manufacturer); and
[insert name of party] [of OR a company incorporated in England and Wales under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (Distributor);
each of the Manufacturer and the Distributor being a party and together they are the parties.
The Manufacturer manufactures [and supplies] the Products.
The Distributor has agreed to distribute [and support] the Products on a non-exclusive basis in the Territory on the terms of this Agreement.
The parties agree:
In this Agreement:
means any entity that directly or indirectly Controls, is Controlled by, or is in under common Control with, another entity;
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