If you are importing alcohol to the United States and you are applying for, or have received, and alcohol import license, then you have the option of applying for a Florida distribution license as well. You also have the option of entering into Florida distribution agreements with companies in the United States to distribute the alcohol for you.
Distribution agreements can also be used for other items imported into the United States or for items that are made in the United States, such as in a factory; it gives the “distributor” the right to distribute your products to stores, which will then sell your product to consumers.
A Florida distribution agreement is an important business contract that should be drafted by an attorney and reviewed by attorneys hired by each party entering into the distribution contract. In addition to the concerns of a normal contract, such as ensuring that you understand the terms of the agreement and the terms you want in the agreement are present to protect you, you must also ensure that the distributor with whom you are entering into a contract with is properly licensed along with other due diligence measures.
An experienced contract attorney will be able to draft and/or review the Florida distribution agreement to ensure that you and your company are properly protected. They will also be able to advise you as to whether or not there are any additional contracts or extra precautions you should take to protect yourself from a violation of the agreement and the potential resulting litigation.
If you want to enter into a distribution agreement or other form of Florida business contract, then contact Boyer Law Firm, P.L. today.