A distributor is your customer. The distributor then resells the product to its own customers. The probandi on charge is particularly important because, as in agency contracts, it is the responsibility of the distributor. In other words, the role of the distributor is to prove that he has created his own customer base. Thus, the possibility of obtaining compensation may be significant and the Law on Agency Contracts may be applied by analogy. Agency contracts are typical of high-level sales transactions in which client agents are responsible for negotiating prices, setting the terms of a sale or offering them on their behalf at an auction. Agency contracts are also used by musicians, artists and sportsmen. In such cases, contracting authorities shall require agents to find them work, to negotiate remuneration or wages and to defend their legal interests in contract negotiations. Companies and individuals often enter into agency contracts with financial planners and stock brokers. . .