Mandated salespeople, manufacturer representatives, executives, executives and other employees often earn money from bonuses, commissions and other incentives that will be paid later. Often, the company does not pay the full amount due, or the employee is fired and the company refuses to pay the money due. This tactic is common among customer managers or dismissed or laid-off salespeople, and the company does not want to pay commissions or bonuses that are earned before the termination of employment but have not been paid. In other cases, the company is willing to pay these funds, but insists that the employee sign a broad release as a prerequisite for paying the money owed to the former employee. Other times, employers take the position that they will not pay the funds due, unless the dismissed worker signs a severance pay agreement that includes a non-competition clause and/or a non-derogation clause affecting the worker`s right to work and competition. We have similarly negotiated cases relating to these legal issues with small local companies and large multinationals. Many of these tactics are illegal under Georgian law. Often, the only way out, if you want to get paid, is to hire a lawyer who knows the laws in Georgia, since they apply to unpaid commissions and other funds due, and sue the company for your money. The Georgia Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement is used to create a relationship between an agent and a person who is trying to sell real estate. By executing the contract, the seller allows the broker to rate his property on the open market and, if a buyer is found before the contract expires, earn a commission on the sale. The contract also deals with the nature of the agreement between the owner and the representative; In most cases, the parties will choose an agreement on the « exclusive right of sale ». This type of offer offers the broker an exclusivity for the real estate transaction.
The exclusive agreement also allows the agent to earn a commission on the sale, whether or not a buyer is found due to their services. Other types of ads are allowed in Georgia (for example. B open list, exclusive agency). The transfer or transfer of the property, in connection with the continued assumption of responsibility for the lease, the amount of the lease and the duration of the lease, constitutes conclusive proof of the agreement of the lessor or lessee subsequent to the payment of these regular commissions within the framework of the written brokerage commission contract. Commissions paid to employees must be paid in accordance with Georgian legislation, whether or not the employee still works for the company. If this is not the case, the worker has the right to sue and pursue the commissions due. . . .