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THE PARTIES HERETO AGREE THAT. The Assignor hereby transfers, assigns and sets over to the Administrator all of his/her/their right, title and interest in the proceeds to be received from the (name the BRM program) in the current year and all future years until such a time as the Advance, in the amount of $ and for which this BRM program has been used as security, has been paid in full, and a liability to the Administrator no longer exists. This assignment of proceeds is not affected should the Producer become in Default under the Repayment Agreement. For the purposes of giving effect to any of the Assignor’s undertakings under this Agreement, the Assignor shall make, execute and deliver to the BRM administrator or the Administrator, any documents or agreements as the BRM administrator may reasonably request. The Assignor hereby authorizes as the BRM Program administrator to disclose my information, including personal information within the meaning of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to the Administrator and AAFC for the purpose of AAFC’s Advance Payments Program. The information collected may include insurance information such as coverage levels, production/inventory reports, claims and income/expenses related to my business or farming operation. a) the BRM Program administrator may collect my information, including personal information within the meaning of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, from the Administrator and AAFC for the purpose of AAFC’s Advance Payments Program. b) AAFC and the Administrator may use this information to verify and assess the Application and Repayment Agreement, as well as to administer, audit, analyze, and evaluate the Advance Payments Program. c) the Assignor acknowledges the BRM Program administrator may also collect and disclose corporate information for these purposes.
THE PARTIES HERETO AGREE THAT. The Assignor hereby transfers, assigns and sets over to the Administrator all of his/her/their right, title and interest in the proceeds to be received from the (name the BRM program) in the current year and all future years until such a time as the Advance, in the amount of $ and for w hich this BRM program has been used as security, has been paid in full, and a liability to the Administrator no longer exists. This assignment of proceeds is not affected should the Producer become in Default under the Repayment Agreement. For the purposes of giving effect to any of the Assignor’s undertakings under this Agreement, the Assignor shall make, execute and deliver to the BRM administrator or the Administrator, any documents or agreements as the BRM administrator may reasonably request.

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