Article 1007. Restrictions by the agency contract of the rights of the principal and the agent.
1. An agency agreement may provide for the principal’s obligation not to conclude similar agency agreements with other agents operating in a territory defined in the agreement, or to refrain from carrying out independent activities in this territory, which are similar to the activities that are the subject of an agency agreement. 2. An agency agreement may provide for the agent’s obligation not to conclude with other principals similar agency agreements that must be executed in a territory that fully or partially coincides with the territory specified in the agreement. 3. The conditions of the agency contract, by virtue of which the agent is entitled to sell goods, perform works or render services exclusively to a certain category of buyers (customers) or exclusively to buyers (customers) having a place of residence or residence in a territory defined in the contract, are insignificant.
References to other articles of chapter 52. Agency services: