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Old 03-22-2015, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Commercial law on definition of distributing

I have sent some presentation emals offering to supply my product and I have used this sentence :

We are UK based importer of kitchenware and distributing Italian manufactures (Leg@@@, B@@@i and Be@@i kn@@s). Certified ISO9001 and in business since 1956

For only one of these Brands we dont have a direct agreement with the manufacturer, how source are wholesalers accros in EU, we have been importing and reselling in UK lawfully under the UK Law .

Should I be worry of legal actions ? The official Distributor called and argued that I have been disonest becouse I have declared to be the official distributor of this brand, having direct link with the manufacture . I have been using the verb distributing unaware of such implications but I also declared to be a generic Kitchenware importers .

Please advice if he or the manufacturer can treat and commercially bulling me again, telling me to stay away from his clients.
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