The Consignor and the Consignee may be referred to individually as "Party" and collectively as the "Parties."
This Consignment Agreement, hereinafter referred to as the "Agreement," is entered into and made valid upon signature by both Parties.
WHEREAS, the Consignor wishes to sell a certain product or products, specifically the following, which shall hereinafter be referred to generally as the "Product" on consignment: [Insert full description of the product or products that are being offered for sale on consignment]
WHEREAS, the Consignee wishes to sell the Product on behalf of the Consignor, including accepting delivery of the Product and making proper payment to the Consignor once the sale of the Product is complete;
NOW, therefore, in consideration of the promises and covenants contained herein, as well as other good and valuable consideration, the Parties do hereby agree as follows:
The Consignor agrees to deliver the Product to the Consignee for sale on consignment. Delivery can be made in any manner agreed to by the Parties. The Consignee agrees to accept delivery of the Product and to devote its best efforts to the sale of the Product for the Consignor. The Consignee hereby acknowledges and agrees that it does not have any right, title, or interest in and to the Product and that the Product is not intended as a security of any kind.
The required payment ("Payment") for the Product shall be determined by the Consignor. The Payment Price required for the sale of the Product will be as follows: [Insert what will be the price for the product]
This Payment price may be subject to change, but may only be changed through a written, signed addendum to this Agreement.
After the Product is sold for the Payment Price, the Consignee will send the entirety of the income, minus a percentage of the sale/specific flat fee/any other arrangement, to the Consignor within [Insert number of days] days of sale.
The Consignee shall keep accurate records of sales that the Consignor may inspect at any time upon reasonable notice.
The Consignor does not recommend a sale on credit term by the Consignee to any party. In such a case the Consignee provides such terms to third parties, the full purchase price shall be assumed by the Consignee upon period of payment as if the same was paid in full at the time of sale.
The Consignee shall be liable for any loss or damage occurring to the Product if it is damaged before sale. The Consignee must maintain insurance in an amount equal to or greater than the replacement cost of the Product.
The Consignor/Consignee shall bear the cost of shipping expenses for the delivery of the Product.
The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that the Consignor has no responsibility or liability when it comes to the Consignee's employment taxes and insurance, including payroll taxes, insurance premiums, wages, or other employment-related fees. The Consignee is exclusively liable for such fees and payments.
No Party shall be held liable in case of a fortuitous event and by which Parties are not at fault, or by acts of God which parties could not have reasonably foreseen or foreseen but could have been avoided.
Each Party hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other Party, their employees and representatives against any and all damage, liability, and loss, as well as legal fees and costs incurred that may arise or otherwise relate to this Agreement. This clause shall not be read to provide indemnification for any Party in the event that a competent court of law, rendering a final judgment, holds that the bad faith, gross negligence, or willful misconduct of the Party caused the damage, liability, or loss.
The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to constitute a partnership, joint venture, agency relationship or otherwise between the Parties and that this Agreement is for the sole and express purpose of the consignment and sale of the Product.
This Agreement may be terminated by either Party, upon notice in writing of at least [Insert number of days] notice, in the event that either the Consignee defaults on any obligation or indicates to the Consignor that Consignee will not perform or that the Consignee feels the Product will not be sold. In case of termination of this Agreement, the Consignee will return the Product to the Consignor within the following time period: [Insert time period that the Consignee has to return the Product to the Consignor if the agreement is terminated]
If the Agreement is not terminated, it will continue until the entirety of the Product is sold and fees have been paid to each Party.
A Consignment Agreement is a document between two parties, called the "Consignor" and the "Consignee," where one party (the Consignee) agrees to sell goods on behalf of the other party (the Consignor).
The Consignor is the person to whom the goods belong. Often, this is just an individual looking for an easy and quick way to sell goods.
The Consignee is the person who is permitted to sell the goods on behalf of the Consignor. Often, this is the storefront or business that runs specifically for this reason - most are called Consignment Shops.
Consignment Agreements can be drafted for any sort of consignment sale between two parties. They can be used to sell just one product or a series of products. In Consignment Agreements, the Consignee agrees to sell the product under certain conditions and the Consignor gives Consignee the right to sell under those same conditions. Within these agreements, the Consignor and Consignee outline their expectations for behavior and agree to the bounds of the relationship between them.
This Consignment Agreement will help you outline the expectations of both parties before the work actually begins. This document can be filled out either by the Consignor or the Consignee.
Consignment agreements in the United States are covered under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.