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Revenue Share Agreement Template

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High quality and cost-effective revenue share agreement template.
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The Revenue Sharing Agreement Template includes the following sections:

  1. Optional welcome letter
  2. Details schedule
  3. Relationship of the parties
  4. Revenue share arrangement
  5. Excluded services
  6. Appointment and services
  7. Scope of the services
  8. Standard of work
  9. Approval of marketing material
  10. Equipment
  11. Fees and expenses
  12. Invoicing
  13. GST
  14. Expenses
  15. Statutory obligations, insurances and registrations
  16. Treatment of confidential information
  17. Use of confidential information
  18. Disclosure of confidential information
  19. Return of confidential information
  20. Protection of the Principle’s reputation
  21. Indemnity and liability
  22. Restraint of trade
  23. Termination
  24. Delivery upon termination
  25. Notices
  26. Dispute resolution
  27. General
  28. Notices specifying the nature of the dispute
  29. Mediation
  30. Proceedings
  31. Entire agreement
  32. Counterparts
  33. Costs
  34. JurisdictionDefinitions and interpretation
  35. Execution page

Not sure what you need? 

A Revenue Sharing Agreement should be used if your business wants to share the revenue, (the total amount of income generated by the sale of goods and services).

A Revenue Share Agreement is different to a Profit Share Agreement which involves sharing the profit (the total amount of money received from the sale of goods and services minus the costs).

A Revenue Share Agreement should be utilised when the parties want to share revenue and have an uncomplicated sharing of money received for goods or services sold noting the business owner will still be responsible for the costs of the business unless this is made explicitly clear in the ‘Calculation of Revenue Share Fees’ section of this Revenue Share Agreement Template.

If the parties want to share profit (and properly account for and list relevant costs), then we suggest you purchase our Profit Share Agreement Template.

More info about this template:

Each Business Kitz resource contains comprehensive guidance notes as well as helpful suggestions to assist you with navigating and populating the document.

The Revenue Sharing Agreement Template includes the following sections:

  1. Optional welcome letter
  2. Details schedule
  3. Relationship of the parties
  4. Revenue share arrangement
  5. Excluded services
  6. Appointment and services
  7. Scope of the services
  8. Standard of work
  9. Approval of marketing material
  10. Equipment
  11. Fees and expenses
  12. Invoicing
  13. GST
  14. Expenses
  15. Statutory obligations, insurances and registrations
  16. Treatment of confidential information
  17. Use of confidential information
  18. Disclosure of confidential information
  19. Return of confidential information
  20. Protection of the Principle’s reputation
  21. Indemnity and liability
  22. Restraint of trade
  23. Termination
  24. Delivery upon termination
  25. Notices
  26. Dispute resolution
  27. General
  28. Notices specifying the nature of the dispute
  29. Mediation
  30. Proceedings
  31. Entire agreement
  32. Counterparts
  33. Costs
  34. JurisdictionDefinitions and interpretation
  35. Execution page

Not sure what you need? 

A Revenue Sharing Agreement should be used if your business wants to share the revenue, (the total amount of income generated by the sale of goods and services).

A Revenue Share Agreement is different to a Profit Share Agreement which involves sharing the profit (the total amount of money received from the sale of goods and services minus the costs).

A Revenue Share Agreement should be utilised when the parties want to share revenue and have an uncomplicated sharing of money received for goods or services sold noting the business owner will still be responsible for the costs of the business unless this is made explicitly clear in the ‘Calculation of Revenue Share Fees’ section of this Revenue Share Agreement Template.

If the parties want to share profit (and properly account for and list relevant costs), then we suggest you purchase our Profit Share Agreement Template.

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