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Please if possible can someone give me some advise?


I have worked for a retail clothing company since March 2013. Up until 6th July 2015 I had a standard 'sales agent' contract. After this date I signed a Consultancy Agreement with a small list of retail customers which I was authorised to to provide 'Services to the Company'. For these accounts I earned a fix 6% commission rate on all paid invoices.


Any other customers that I influenced sales for the company I also got paid for at the same rate.


In my contract it states that the Commercial Agents Regulations act/regulations 19193 do not apply to this contract.


On July 14th 2016 I was given 4 weeks notice of termination with the new MD stating that all business in my region will going forward be handled internally. I have been told that all business concluded by 14th August and paid by Christmas will be commissionable.


Can someone please advise if I have any claims as to business on accounts that I have worked on for 3+ years should be commisionable after the 4 week notice period?


It is very frustrating as many of my accounts will be placing 2017 orders in October this year and I will receive nothing for my previous development work.


Really appreciate if anyone can advise?



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