Minimum duration clause in the agency relationship: consequences of the withdrawal ahead of time

The contractual clause is valid – freely signed by the parties as part of their negotiating autonomy and bearing the double signing of the agent – concerning the payment of a penalty in the event of early withdrawal and consequent violation of the so-called loyalty pact regarding the minimum duration of the relationship.


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