Please clarify...you say he was fired...then you ask about HIS NOTICE TO LEAVE.
90 days if the agreement is of DEFINITE DURATION (expires June 30, 2008) but if INDEFINITE DURATION (open ended) also 90 days subject to the exceptions....and the 180 days at the end of the section is NOT a different notice requirement.
Subd. 2. Termination of agreement. (a) A manufacturer, wholesaler, assembler, or importer may not terminate a sales representative agreement unless the person has good cause and:(1) that person has given written notice setting forth the reason(s) for the termination at least 90 days in advance of termination; and(2) the recipient of the notice fails to correct the reasons stated for termination in the notice within 60 days of receipt of the notice.(b) A notice of termination is effective immediately upon receipt where the alleged grounds for termination are the reasons set forth in subdivision 1, paragraph (b), clauses (1) to (6), hereof. Subd. 3. Renewal of agreements. Unless the failure to renew a sales representative agreement is for good cause, and the sales representative has failed to correct reasons for termination as required by subdivision 2, no person may fail to renew a sales representative agreement unless the sales representative has been given written notice of the intention not to renew at least 90 days in advance of the expiration of the agreement. For purposes of this subdivision, a sales representative agreement of >>>>>>>>>>indefinite<<<<<<<<< duration shall be treated as if it were for a definite duration expiring 180 days after the giving of written notice of intention not to continue the agreement.
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