It is possible that an unscrupulous company will try to take advantage of this appearance and enter into a third-party agreement. In other words, the receiving party can claim to be your partner to get an advantage from a reseller or sublicensee. To avoid liability in such a situation, most agreements contain a provision such as this, which excludes any relationship other than that defined in the agreement. We recommend that you include such a provision and ensure that it is adapted to the agreement. For example, if you use it in an employment contract, you would remove the reference to employees. If you use it in a partnership agreement, you remove the reference to partners, etc. In this case, add the following language to the obligations of the receiving party. . . .