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Nom original: Handelsvertretergesetz (HVertrG 1993)
Nom: Federal Law Concerning the Legal Relations of Self Employed Commercial Representatives (Agents).
Pays: Autriche
Sujet(s): Travailleurs dans les hôtels, restaurants, et commerce
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 1993-02-11
Entry into force:
Publié le: Bundesgesetzblatt für die Republik Österreich, 1993-02-11, vol. 40, no. 88/1993, pp. 1151-1156
ISN: AUT-1993-L-83865
Bibliographie: Bundesgesetzblatt für die Republik Österreich, 1993-02-11, vol. 40, no. 88/1993, pp. 1151-1156
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Résumé/Citation: Section 1 - Definition and Activity of Commercial Representative [Agent] Notion of the Self Employed Commercial Agent
Section 2 - Completion of Transactions by the Commercial Agent
Section 3 - Powers of the Commercial Agent
Section 4 - Rights and Obligations of the Principal and the Commercial Agent Contract Document
Section 5 - Duties of The Commercial Agent
Section 6 - Support Obligations of the Principal
Section 7 - Prohibition to Accept Rewards
Section 8 - Remuneration, Commission
Section 9 - Establishment of the Claim for Commission
Section 10 - Amount of the Commission
Section 11 - Commission after the End of the Contract Relation
Section 12 - Prevention on Remuneration
Section 13 - Reimbursement of Expenses
Section 14 - Billing and Advance Payments
Section 15 - Maturity of the Commission
Section 16 - Book Excerpt and Inspection of Accounts Section 16
Section 17 - Profits
Section 18 - Prescription
Section 19 - Section
Section 20 - Termination of the Contract Deadline
Section 21 - Termination
Section 22 - Premature Dissolution
Section 23 - Claims in case of Premature Dissolution
Section 24 - Compensation Claim
Section 25 - Competition Clause
Section 26 - Bankruptcy of the Entrepreneur
Section 27 - Applicability of the Laws/Mandatory rules
Section 28 - Relationship to other Laws
Section 29 - Final and Transitional Provisions Start of the effectiveness and Enforcement Provision

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