Feed Supply Agreement

GOODS refers to goods (including any merchandise) that the seller has accepted in accordance with these conditions. 16. AMENDMENT or WAIVER 16.1 No consensual amendment, amendment or termination of this Agreement is valid unless it is signed in writing and signed by the duly accredited representatives of both parties. 16.2 In the event of an amendment, amendment or amendment to an agreement between the parties, this agreement applies to this amendment, amendment or amendment, unless it is expressly intended. 16.3 Any leniency or leniency of the company in the performance of any of these agreements does not affect or limit the rights or powers of the company with respect to this agreement, and no waiver of a violation is considered to be a waiver of a subsequent or ongoing violation or renewal of the company`s right to this agreement. 11. EVENTS OF DEFAULT Without abstaining from the company`s legal or other rights, a case of delay should occur: 11.1 the customer does not pay the company an amount at maturity; 11.2 The Client does not comply with a condition or condition of this Agreement and cannot, if it is remedying the infringement, not remedy it within 7 (seven) days of the application; 11.3 A client or a natural or legal person who provides a guarantee for the client (“obligor”) performs an act corresponding to an act of insolvency as defined in the Insolvency Act of 1936 or an act within the meaning of Section 344 of the Corporations Act, in 1973, read with Schedule 5 of the Society Act, in the amended version, as amended, replaced in the amended version, or in the replaced version; 11.4 All assets considered by the company to be an essential asset of the client or debtor are joined by third parties with letter of execution and the client should fail within fourteen (fourteen) working days following such a seizure, in order to take the necessary steps to remove such a seizure and subsequently continue these transactions with the necessary diligence to complete; 11.5 A judgment has been rendered against the client or debtor and remains dissatisfied for a period of seven (seven) working days after the date of the judgment, or the client should take the necessary steps to appeal or withdraw the judgment within 7 (seven) working days of the date of the judgment, or the client should, within 7 (7) working days of the judgment, take the necessary steps to appeal or withdraw the judgment, and then follow such a complaint or resignation with due diligence; 11.6 any decision of the Court of Justice, provisional or final, or binding, concerning the liquidation of the client or debtor; 11.7 The client or debtor indicates that he or she is taking steps to convene a meeting of its shareholders/directors in order to make a decision that places it in liquidation or, in one case, provisional or final, in liquidation or liquidation; 11.8 The client or debtor enters into a general agreement with creditors or any class, including a compromise, compositional agreement or agreement; 11.9 Any guarantee or guarantee of the customer or debtor, which has been taken into account and which has been invoked materially by the company by accepting an order from the customer as described above, or by accepting the guarantee, guarantee or guarantee as a guarantee, is not considered in any way to be false or false; 11.10 For whatever reason, the client or debtor will no longer be able to manage his or her normal business; 11.11 the customer rejects this agreement; or 11.12 One of the following information about the customer: 11.12.1 the customer uses his activities either recklessly, by gross negligence, with intent to defraud or for fraudulent purposes; 11.12.2 the customer practices or operates under insolvent conditions; or 11.12.3 a request for a response to an administrative injunction was made against the client.