Article 1003. Cancellation of the commission order by the committent.
1. The committent shall have the right to refuse to execute the commission agreement at any time, having canceled the assignment given to the commissioner. The commission agent is entitled to claim damages caused by the cancellation of the order. 2. In the case when the commission agreement is concluded without specifying its term, the committent must notify the commission agent of the termination of the contract no later than thirty days, unless a longer period of notice is provided for by the contract. In this case, the committent shall be obliged to pay remuneration to the commissioner for transactions made by him before the termination of the contract, and also to reimburse the commissioner for expenses incurred by him before the termination of the contract. 3. In the event of the cancellation of an order, the committent shall be obliged within the period established by the agreement of the commission, and if such a term is not established, immediately dispose of his property under the jurisdiction of the commissioner. If the committent fails to fulfill this obligation, the commission agent shall have the right to deposit the property at the expense of the committent or sell it at the price that is as favorable as possible for the committent.
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