Gas Station Management Agreement – My Virtual Doctor

Gas Station Management Agreement

by Vasil Popovski

List of products This management contract applies to the operation of a service station by an independent contractor. Building a gas station is one thing: operating it is another. The contract is entered into by a person who owns a gas station but is not willing to take over the petroleum products distribution business, and by another who is willing to lease the property of a gas station and do business. Any person, company or organization can conclude the contract. A gas station buys gas on a wholesale market at about 10-20% below the market price. But after paying salaries, taxes and other expenses, they earn only a few cents per gallon of gas. According to the National Association of Convenience Stores, a gas station makes a profit of 3 cents per gallon of gas sold. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the numbers are slightly different – between 7 and 10 cents per gallon. Typically, a gas station rental agreement contains a section mentioning what happens on the side of one of the parties in the event of a breach of contract or delay. If the offence is committed by the tenant, the lessor can reclaim the premise, sue the tenant, terminate the lease or give the tenant more time to fulfill the obligation. The infringement clause contained in the agreement may also contain a predetermined amount paid by a party as damages or fines. At a gas station, petroleum products used as fuel for vehicles are distributed for cash.

The gas station may be owned by one person and operated by another person. If the owner of the gas station leases the property in the form of a lease to another person, a gas station rental agreement is required. Other convenience retailers prefer to be unmarked. At unmarked stations, the fuel brand is usually identical to the company name. While this fuel does not have a proprietary additive package, it does have a general set of additives that meets all federal and local fuel requirements. Stores usually try not to be marked when they feel that their store name is strong enough to give confidence to their product. 1.4 Utilities, services, etc. The Manager enters into contracts and agreements on behalf of the Manager or the Owner and at the owner`s expense for the provision of facilities and services to the owner`s service station, including, but not limited to, electricity, gas, water, steam, telephone, cleaning, vermin destroyer, scale and boiler maintenance, to the maintenance of the climate, to the dry cleaning service, and to all other service companies, services and concessions, including: Life security services normally provided or concluded by the manager, which, in the context of its ownership and operation, coincide with other service stations managed, owned by the manager and / or managed by managers. . .

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