The European Electronic Communications Code and general consumer protection legislation provide for consumer information obligations that apply to publicly available electronic communications service providers. The contract summary is intended to help suppliers better present information on key elements of the contract, so that consumers can better compare different communications service offerings before the contract is concluded. The comparison will be easier because all suppliers will consistently inform consumers of the same essential elements of the contract. A trade partnership agreement is a necessity because it sets out a set of agreed rules and processes that owners sign and recognize before problems arise. In the event of problems or controversies, the Trade Partnership Agreement identifies ways to address these issues. The regulation provides (annex, part B), the indication of temporary discounts in the “price” section. In recital 14, it is stated that, in the event of a promotional price, this should be clearly stated, including the validity period of the discount and the full non-share price. Content presentation requirements (Article 2 of the Regulation) must be met here and elsewhere in the summary, including the presentation of content in a manner that is easily readable and understandable to consumers. According to Whitworth, there are four important steps in the implementation of a trade partnership agreement.
Contractual terms are fundamental to the agreement. If the contractual conditions are not met, it is possible to terminate the contract and claim damages. Complete the summary by listing the following steps. Signing the agreement may require additional measures, such as seat approval. B or the agreement itself may have been incomplete, including a clause stipulating that the delivery plans for heavy-duty tyres are not covered by this legal document and that an additional agreement will be signed in the near future. This “forward-looking” projection will bring the summary to a logical conclusion and give the reader a good idea of what to expect. It will prepare the conditions for the next summary, which should follow.