This IMFPA document is a full commercial obligation of recourse of the 1st party, concluded in English and English law, whose jurisdiction governs the construction, interpretation, execution, validity, applicability, performance and all other matters related to the aforementioned agreement, including the breach of the agreement or infringement. Cereals, Icumsa 45 sugar, rice, oil (sunflower, olive, palm), soybeans, wheat, frozen foods, etc. Iron ore, zinc ore, scrap metal, coal, pet coke, used rails, portland cement, copper cathodes, etc. COMMISSIONS: PAID BY THE SELLER Seller mandate………$0,000 () USD/kilos Buyers Group…………..$0,000 ( ) USD/kilo Please contact IMFPA for bank details PAYMENT TERMS: Payment of the monthly contract quantity is made after the conclusion of delivery within a maximum of 3 days after the final assay report issued by the buyer`s refinery. When brokers, agents, marketing agents, NCNDA and IMFPA are signed and negotiations are conducted directly with the buyer`s mandate.# The refinery (END SELLER) needs a soft-probe and ICPO authorization that is issued to them directly through OJSC PET TRADING, no later than 7 days from the date of issue; Mandate authorization to begin the transaction on behalf of the final buyer. It goes without saying that, for the purposes of this master protection agreement, our bank must be the same bank and that this IMF is an integral part of it. Under no circumstances may the first party withdraw this IMF or otherwise order its paying bank to dishonor a current payment or to require a recipient of funds below once that IMF has been submitted to the paying bank for resolution and compliance.1. The Contracting Party and Part 2 certify that, in any event, they will act with the highest standards of ethics and honesty in all their activities. – ICPO (Irrevocable Confirmed Purchase Order) – NCNDA (non-Circumvention, Non-Disclosure & Working Agreement) – FCO (Full Corporate Offer) – LOI (Letter of Intent) IMFPA (Irrevocable Master Fee Protection Agreement) base oil, ethanol, lubricants, paraffin, soda, ethylene, methanol, acetone, etc. . .