c. Under no circumstances will the recipient party disclose all or part of this information to third parties without the prior written consent of the revealing party; in addition, third parties must also consent in writing to restrictions comparable to those in this section 6. The recipient party may disclose the protected information, as long as it is necessary by a proper decision by a court or other government agency or by applicable legislation; However, provided that the recipient party does everything reasonably in its power to inform the open party of the pre-disclosure disclosure obligation, so that the open party has the opportunity to object to such disclosure. g. Full agreement. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the proposed transactions and replaces all previous written and oral agreements as well as all concurrent oral agreements relating to these transactions. The company manufactures and markets the products listed in Section 1 .c (the “products”). The distributor wishes to acquire the products from the company for resale in the areas or geographical areas covered in Section 1.b (the “territory”). The company wishes to appoint the distributor as the exclusive distributor of the products in the territory and the distributor wishes such an appointment under the terms of this agreement, including all parts or schedules attached to it. The seller will give the distributor a full one-year warranty after the shipping date. In the event of defective products, the seller replaces the defective devices with a new all-in-one circuit board. The distributor must return the defective circuit boards to the seller for repair. Whenever the seller has received a complaint from the distributor about the products, the seller will immediately investigate and take appropriate action.b.
provide the distributor with appropriate amounts of advertising literature, brochures and commercial and technical product information free of charge; f. The recipient party acknowledges that the revealing party would suffer irreparable harm because of the singularity of the protected information if the recipient party violated its obligation under this agreement and that the financial harm would not be sufficient to compensate the revealing party for such a violation. The parties agree that, in such a circumstance, the unveiling party, in addition to the possible applicable financial facilities, will be entitled to the omission necessary to maintain any continuous or subsequent violation on the part of the recipient party, without evidence or evidence of actual damages suffered by the revealing party. For the duration of the agreement, the seller hereshes the distributor as its exclusive distributor and the distributor accepts and supports such a date.