3.2. [Conditions for delivery of samples, including number of samples, packaging, place and date of delivery, etc.] Comment: The identification of materials for which physical samples are transferred should include as many of the following provisions as possible: [“Bioprospecting Agreement”, the written agreement between the [assignee(s) and the [buyer] entitled “____” and executed on _______ 3. Ensure that the conditions set out in a bioprospetation contract with a contributing party or party apply to (i) any beneficiary in the interest of its rights under the treaty and (ii) any party that receives from it a sample of a genetic resource collected, unless those parties have obtained the right, regardless of the party or party providing: obtain such samples of the genetic resource collected. Operating equipment. (4) `bioprospecting agreement` means a written agreement between a member of the BIO and a party or party providing an agreement concerning (i) prior informed agreement and (ii) the conditions for the collection and use of regulated genetic resources, including, inter alia, the compensation of benefits. [Identify physical samples of regulated genetic resources to be transferred.] Comment: If the buyer or a contemptuous person acts as an agent for another company (or if the buyer is required to transfer the regulated genetic resources to another company), the other company should also be identified. Respond, for example, to requests from indigenous and local communities for information on the handling, storage or transfer of genetic resources collected, in accordance with the terms of an applicable bioprotection agreement. The book also documents the controversy within the Zionist movement and the Jewish diaspora over the deal showing Black “that tore the Jewish world apart before World War II.” In particular, it describes the conflict between German Zionists and local German leaders in the United States who argued in favor of the deal and, on the other hand, Eastern European Jewish-American Zionist leaders (such as the American Jewish Committee and Jewish War Veterans) who opposed the deal and instead advocated for a total boycott of Nazi Germany. The preamble states that prior consent was given after being informed for the “transmission” of regulated genetic resources subject to the agreement. A bioprotection agreement already in place would indicate that prior informed consent has been given for the collection, but cannot give explicit informed consent for the transmission and use of regulated genetic material. Part III of the Guidelines, entitled “Prior Informed Consent”, should be applied. 4.3.
The [transferee] may not apply for patents or plant variety rights in the materials as such, as listed in Article 2 (i.e. the materials in the form in which they are transferred to the [buyer]. . . .