Attorneys Robert W. Smith and Christopher J. Eibeler

Is Your Unpaid Commission Subject to the New Jersey Sales Representatives Rights Act?

New Jersey Sales Representatives
  1. Are you an independent sales or manufacturing representative? A “sales representative” is an independent sales company or individual person, who is not an employee, and contracts with a principal to solicit orders and is compensated at least in part, by a commission.
  2. Do you contract for the sale of a product with a principal? A “principal” is a person who manufacturers, produces, imports or distributes a product or offers a service, contracts with a sales representative to solicit orders for the product or service and compensates the sales representative at least in part, by a commission.
  3. Are you compensated by a principal for selling products or services by commissions? A commission is compensation that accrues to a sales representative for payment by a principal that is earned through the last day on which the service was performed by the sales representative and which the rate is expressed as a percentage of the dollar amount of orders or sales or as a specified amount per order or per sale.

If you answer all the following questions yes, and have earned a commission that is now due, the New Jersey Sales Representatives Act will govern the collection of your unpaid commission.

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