Make contracts for manufacturing and transportation FAQs
A Manufacturing License Agreement (MLA) allows a manufacturer to produce a product owned by another person or entity. Most patent holders cannot manufacture their product themselves, so they choose to work with a manufacturer to help them produce their product. Often the manufacturer is paid out of the royalties or sales of the product. Quality standards are agreed upon in advance as well as how modifications can be approved.
Protections a Manufacturing License Agreement may provide include:
Transportation Contracts are used between a business or individual and the transporter (individual or business) for the transportation of goods or people. It could be a one-time transport or scheduled transports over a long period of time. A Transportation Contract might detail the agreements regarding products being regularly moved from the manufacturer to the distributor. Or, an agreement for a transport service to move tourists between the airport and a local resort. These contracts describe transportation expectations, payment and insurance requirements.
To make a Transportation Contract, you'll need the following information:
Your Warehouse Lease Agreement should include information about payments as well as how your tenants are allowed to use the property. Our Lease Agreement is customizable to any state and includes all basic agreements to help protect you and your tenants. When making your Lease Agreements consider the following,