Consignment storage contracts are legal agreements in which a party of another party establishes the right to sell goods on its behalf.3 Read by the minute Consignment contracts set the commission rate, the time limit for sale and the consequences in case of non-sale. For example, the contract could stipulate that the consignment warehouse donates unsold goods to a non-profit organization. The contract defines how each party can terminate the consignment contract. There may be a clause stating that the retailer reserves the right to terminate the contract in the event of a breach by the other party. At the end of the consignment contract, the merchant must return to the sender the entire inventory shipped. A retail owner who wanted to sell your work on air would agree to display some of your items in their store.