There can be a number of representations, warranties and covenants made by either party in this type of agreement. For instance: a) Non Disparagement: To ensure that neither party is saying anything negative or derogatory that might negatively impact the business of the other party. b) Exclusivity: Parties may agree that they will or will not be exclusive referring agents for the other party. c) Mutual Co-Operation: Both parties will provide the other party with the resources and information required to fulfill their obligations under this agreement. d) Deceptive of Misleading Ethical Practices: Parties may agree to avoid these sorts of practices. e) Business of the Other Party: Parties may also agree that they won't make false or inaccurate statements about the business of the other party, and that they will not make any representation to customers or potential customers about the quality of the business of the other party. f) Merchantability: The referring party may require a representation that the product being sold ""works"" i.e. is fit for purpose, merchantable and free from reasonably foreseeable defects. g) Authority to Enter Into Agreement: Where a corporation is a party to the agreement, it can provide that it has the necessary authority to enter into the agreement, is in good standing, and obliges to the applicable laws of the jurisdiction of incorporation.