E-commerce should be mentioned in this context. It is a new type of business that removes almost all the barriers created by international borders and allows you to act across the boundaries of your product/service/property. This allows a company to spread out more markets than would normally be possible in a typical four-brick company. You can find out what e-commerce is as part of White Label relationships by clicking here on the link to our previous article: www.agplaw.com/what-is-a-white-label-agreement/ 15.6. The Client cannot surrender the rights or obligations arising from this Agreement without the prior written agreement of IZEA. Notwithstanding the above rate, the client may transfer its shares in this contract to an entity that essentially acquires all the assets or operations of the ceding company (by sale, merger, reorganization or otherwise), provided that (a) the purchaser undertakes to assume and honour all obligations of the ceding company for the periods following the transfer; (b) the ceding officer is responsible for all obligations prior to the transfer; and (c) the purchaser cannot develop, market or support an electronic platform or related services in competition with IZEAx. What aspects should the parties consider with respect to the white label agreement on the basis of the White Label Contracts Act? This agreement is used between the original creator of products and services. That is, the transfer of a license to the dealer (White Label License Agreement). 1. Some definitions.
(a) “active subscription,” a subscription activated by an end user. (b) “affiliate” in relation to one company, another entity that controls, controls or controls the former. (c) “confidential information,” this agreement and all schedules (including pricing), changes to this agreement; non-public parts of the Service, documentation and other written or electronic information that are (i) confidential and/or proprietary or that are accompanied by a written notification that such information is confidential and/or proprietary, or (ii) are not identified or accompanied by a message indicating that it is confidential and/or proprietary, but which, if disclosed to third parties, could reasonably compete with the owner of that information.