Allstate R3001 Exclusive Agency Agreement
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However, the complainant`s allegations did not follow. First, the criteria invoked by Sichson to argue ambiguity in the treaty are included in the manuals and do not change paragraph XV A of the R3001 agreement. As part of the dominant precedent of this circuit, the integration clause in the agreement. C R3001 has generally expressed the intention of the parties to consider the R3001 agreement as a complete and definitive expression of their contract. ADR North America, LLC v. Agway, Inc., 303 F.3d 653, 658 (6 cir.2002) (under Michigan law) (“A written integration clause is conclusive evidence that the parties intended to characterize the document as a definitive and complete expression of their agreement”). In addition, the complainant relied on an unpublished decision of the New Hampshire District Court, applying Michigan law, Ford Motor Co. v. Meredith Motor Co., Inc., No. 99-456-B.
2000 WL 1513702 (D.N.H. Aug.24, 2000) to prove the explicit language of a contract could constitute a tacit contract. The complainant`s appeal is erroneous because Meredith does not provide a legal precedent for this court. Second, Stephenson did not prove that it was proposing any “reflection” to support the assumption that “Blueprints” changed either the R3001 agreement or the manuals. Moreover, Stephenson`s only “trust” that would have prohibited Allstate from using the zip code rule was its contract with Yvannou with the false belief that the information contained in “Blueprints” allstate altered the “exclusive right” to authorize business transmissions. While Stephenson first noted that his continued employment represented no quid pro quo so far, this position was merely a post-hoc attempt to provide no consideration. This dispute fails, too. The complainant was an allstate officer prior to the issuance of the “Blueprints” passage, and she remained one at the time of this appeal.
As such, their complaint of remaining an agent was inconsistent with any alleged dependence. Stephenson had been an “exclusive agent” under the R3001 agreement that she executed on June 10, 1996 as an “exclusive agent.” The complainant`s agency was located in Livonia, Ohio, in Zip Code 48152. In September 1998, Stephenson began negotiating with Alex Yvannou, another R3001 agent, to purchase his Allstate accounts. Yvannou`s office was located in Canton, Ohio in zip code 48187. The offices were about 8 miles apart. After a sale agreement was reached, Stephenson and Yvannou informed their immediate director of the agency and Allstate`s human resources department of the proposed sale. The complainant was told to develop a business plan, while the human resources department finalized the documents relating to the agreement.