ADDITIONAL TERMS RELATING TO BRAZIL NUTS IN SHELL AND BRAZIL NUT KERNELS
All the terms and conditions of the Association are applicable to contracts concluded for Brazil nuts, but the following additional clauses also to apply:
DEHYDRATED BRAZILNUTS IN SHELL
In the event of the average crack exceeding 10% bad and/or empty, the following allowance shall be made unless the buyer claims rejection; in which case, failing amicable settlement, the matter to be submitted to arbitration. Two per cent (2%) of the invoice value to be allowed for every 1% in excess of 10% bad and/or empty nuts.
Extra Large 40/45 per lb
Large 45/50 per lb
Medium 55/65 per lb
These are maximum counts but other descriptions or counts should be bought and sold in agreement between buyer and seller.
In the event of a count inferior to that stipulated in the contract, buyers to have the option of claiming minimum allowance of 1% of invoice value for every 2 unit in excess or, failing amicable settlement, the matter to be submitted to arbitration.
c) Declaration of Shipment
Name of steamer, Bill of Lading number, port of shipment and quantity to be declared prior to arrival of steamer.
For F.O.B., C&F or C.I.F. contracts - cash against documents on presentation.
Ex-quay sales - cash against delivery order when goods available for delivery and after seller tenders copy of official Crack and Count Certificate and landing sample.
Ex-store sales - cash against delivery order within 14 consecutive days.
NATIVE CRACKED BRAZILNUT KERNELS
To be Fair Average Quality of the season of the description called for. Description and counts are:
Large 90/110 per lb
Medium 110/130 per lb
Small 140/160 per lb
Midget 160/180 per lb
Tiny. . . 180/220 per lb