Article 990. Commission agreement.
1. Under a commission agreement, one party (commission agent) undertakes, on behalf of the other party (committent), for a fee, to perform one or several transactions on its own behalf, but at the expense of the committent. Under a transaction concluded by a commissioner with a third party, the commissioner becomes eligible and becomes obliged, even if the committent is named in the transaction or entered into a direct relationship with the third party regarding the execution of the transaction. 2. A commission agreement may be concluded for a fixed term or without specifying its validity period, indicating or not specifying the territory for its execution, with the obligation of the committer not to grant third parties the right to make in his interests and at his expense transactions that are committed to the commissioner, or without such an obligation, with or without conditions regarding the range of goods that are the subject of commission. 3. The law and other legal acts may provide for features of certain types of commission agreements.
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