This Agreement grants the agent a defined territory in which he can sell during the term of the agency contract. The territory can be of any size, a city, a county, a country, a continent on a global scale. The agent may also be granted more than one zone. It is for the contracting authority to decide on the area granted. Some principals grant a territory and then propose other areas as soon as an agent has demonstrated that he can actually promote and sell the products or services. You may also terminate this agreement by licensing the agent in writing. In this document, you can set the notice period. Claims for compensation can be the most important if the current agency contract is formulated correctly with regard to the commercial agent and not the client.