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5 Issues a Buyer/Licensee Should Consider Before Renewing Vendor Agreements/Licenses

5 Issues a Buyer/Licensee Should Consider Before Renewing Vendor Agreements/Licenses

April 7, 2021 at 11:32 AM - commercial contracts,

A common or “boilerplate” provision in commercial contracts is the renewal clause. Typically included in the Term section, this clause dictates if and how the agreement will renew after the initial term ends. When entering an agreement, your position on the renewal provision will likely depend on your role in the relationship (e.g., as either buyer or seller of products/services).

In some agreements, renewal is automatic if neither party opts out in writing. Although automatic renewal terms may be convenient, particularly when your business depends on the seller’s product or license, they may also be costly unless there is a termination for convenience right with a short notice period.

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