The agent and the client owe each other duties. The extent of these obligations is generally determined by the terms of the agreement between the parties. It is also the extent of authority and obligation entrusted to the representative by the adjudicator power. For commercial agencies governed by regulations, the representative, if terminated, may of course be entitled to compensation and the dispute may concern the fair value of the compensation. A minimum of respect is required. 3. If the payment depends on a client`s contribution and the client refuses to act without good reason and refuses to pay the representative, it may be considered that the client is aggrieved. An agent may be removed from office by termination by the client. This is usually when the agent has violated their agency agreement Equity has much more to say about the agent`s obligations to file fiduciary or negative duties. Two obligations are imposed: avoid conflicts of interest and not use a privileged position. In Bristol – West Building Society v Mothew , Lord Millet stated that fiduciary duties arise because a client exposes himself to his agent and creates a relationship of trust.
An incompetent agent does not violate these obligations, but only an unfaithful agent. Regal Hastings v Gulliver  shows that even if you are negotiating on a good basis, the use of a privileged position for personal gain is generally considered a breach of fiduciary duties. 6. The agent in a situation under Community law owes the adjudicating power a duty of good faith and must not take undue advantage of the abuse of the agent`s status, he cannot pursue contrary interests and must disclose whether a third party benefits from it. If the officer does not do so, this could be characterized as a breach of unspoken obligations. There is still uncertainty as to whether good faith also applies to commercial agencies and whether the case law is mixed, but probably in very limited circumstances. Agents are sometimes used to retain the identity of the anonymous client, if desirable or when the client is not physically able to sell goods himself. The client may act as an “undisclosed client.” Agents are often used when business owners are simply too busy to perform and outsource certain tasks. If the agency is intentionally and well thought out and manufactured with a skilled and reliable agent, it can offer a powerful commercial advantage.
If the agency is created involuntarily, it can be difficult to unravel. In 1986, the European Communities adopted Directive 86/653/EEC on independent trade agents. In the United Kingdom, this was transposed into national legislation in the regulations of trade agents in 1993.  Thus, in a commercial representation relationship, representatives and contracting entities are subject to the rules of common law and commercial agents. A commercial agency contract is a contract of common interest that is subject to a duty of bilateral loyalty (Com.C. art. L. 134-4).
If the client does not comply with this obligation, he can attribute the violation initiated by the agent and, therefore, the (…) The law of commercial agencies is more limited to its scope than that of the Common Law Agency and generally applies only to agents who sell or supply goods for commercial purposes. It does not apply to workers or services. In a decision of 18 July 2018, the Paris Court of Appeal recalls the pickets and the consequences of the breach of the commercial agency contract.