[Alternative: 19.1 An agent may assign or delegate to third parties all or part of his activity or any other part of his obligations under this contract. The agent is responsible for the activity of his sub-agents or delegates.] 9.4 The agent undertakes not to register or to authorize or favour the registration of one of the trademarks in the territory by third parties. The agent also undertakes not to include the marks in his own commercial or social reason. 4. In this context, it refers to circular 23/94 of 10.10.94 of the F.No 603/156/94-DBK (Pt), issued by the Ministry, in which it was specified that a leasing company would allow the holder of the EPCG ECCG licence to import investment goods from third countries through a leasing company. 24.2 The party concerned does everything reasonably necessary to obtain these authorizations and immediately informs the other party of any difficulty. (d) If export shipments are destined for a small number of restricted countries such as Sudan, Somalia and other countries, payments to these countries may be received by an “open coverage country.” The “Open Cover Country” list is limited to the FATF-compliant list, as shown in point b) above. Click here for the country classification. 17.3 Each party considers in good faith any amendment proposed by the other party in the interest of relations between the contracting parties. we may have a tripartite agreement for exports 17.2.1 Events could not reasonably be taken into account by the party concerned at the time of the contract; 14.3.3 Do not remedy another breach by the other party of its obligations under this contract following a 15-day written notification to remedy such a breach. The seller delivers the goods and invoice into the port mentioned next to the ship. The name FAS obliges the seller to clear the goods before being exported by customs. However, if the parties want the seller to ship the goods for export, they must make that clear in the sales and sale agreement.
This term is used exclusively for maritime and continental transport. (c) the exporter must indicate the transfer of third parties in the export declaration form and is responsible for the realization and repatriation of the export earnings of that third party covered by the EDF. 12.8 The agent has the right to ask him for all the information, including an excerpt from the books, available to his client and which he needs to verify the commission due. While the calculation of the average of exports from the previous year, we add, third part export for the purpose of average export or only direct export and export of traders is added for the purposes of the average exports. AD banks are allowed to make payments to third parties for the importation of goods, subject to certain conditions: the bank is not responsible (a) for the application of funds deducted from the account, or b) to determine whether a person has the right to receive funds ordered or to be paid by the contractor. Provided the bank exercises due diligence after receiving written instructions from the Bank from the duly accredited client or contractor, the bank acts in this regard and is not liable to any party or third party for any action taken or not in accordance with these written instructions, including, but not limited to, instructions in the form of electronic transmission, file, mail or any other electronic instruction or transaction, including the automated registration of the clearing house, or the breach of a warranty or guarantee by the client or the contractor. These written instructions or instructions that the Bank receives from the Director, the Financial Strategies and Evaluation Department, the CLIENT or the Duly Accredited Bank Representative may, as these are the bank`s rights, obligations and obligations, be considered duly issued and submitted by the CLIENT to the bank.