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Intercorp Corporate Profile

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INTRODUCTION

Intercorp Unlimited (hereinafter referred to as ÔÇ£the CorporationÔÇØ) is the brainchild of Cmdr. Jeffery Eu. The whole intention of creating the Corporation is to organize the independent commanders (UCVs) of all races and castes into a more coherent group in order to establish a UCV community that will play a more vital role in the BC universe.

The Corporation was set up to do the following: -

1) To provide a newbie friendly organization and environment to introduce and orientate newbies to the BC universe;

2) To provide a fraternity for respective castes to get communicate and get together;

3) To provide insights and support for game play (either single player or multiplayer);

4) To provide a platform and background for role playing sessions;

5) To provide a database on UCV commanders that are available;

6) To provide a hypermarket for specialized skills to be hired from;

7) To allow casual players to still be able join in a fleet type organization without the actual restrictions of an actual fleet.

The current members roster are appended in Appendix 1.

At the moment weÔÇÖre still trying to bash out the economics and background of the Corporation and furthermore, are trying very hard to contact and convincing any UCV Commander to join in.

All information included in this Corporate Profile is subject to change and are the intellectual copyrights of Fendi, Guy Hanson (Guybert), TRD, Peter Kist (Riga) and Jeffery Eu (Jeffery Eu). All other information and references to the Battlecruiser Franchise are the intellectual copyrights of Derek Smart (Supreme Commander).

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CORPORATION CHARTER

The charter for the Corporation set below was created by Cmdr Riga Gerdis, is also available on the CorporationÔÇÖs website at www.stormpages.com/intercorp: -

The Corporation assists in the exchange of services and goods, safe transport, negotiations concerning price and deliverance on behalf of its members, provides contacts with personÔÇÖs qualified/able to provide services.

The Corporation aims to create well-known locations where said services can be offered and/or purchased safely.

The Corporation consists of a board of directors and members. The directors are responsible for outlining its strategy. The members have no obligation and are not bound to rules or orders.

Due to the independent nature of the parties involved the Corporation does not resolve disputes and does not pass judgment over events outside of its base. Once a settlement is reached and one or both parties leave the base then The Corporation is no longer responsible for any actions performed by either party. In this situation, disputes are to be settled by the parties themselves or by refering to higher authorities if available or applicable.

The Corporation provides bases that function as safe haven for those that are present, thus creating a safe environment in which business can be conducted. Any misconducting person will be removed by force. The sphere of influence of The Corporation only encompasses its bases.

The corporation does not and will not deny non-members any services as long as this does not interfere with the interests of the Corporation or one of its members. Costs for non-members are always at least twice as high than for members.

The Corporation requires a commission of 4% for each transaction, with a minimum of 50,000.00 credits, for every deal that is closed with direct help of the corporation. The penalty for noncompliance is to be expelled from all the Corporation's divisions. The fee is to be paid within 2 weeks. Members are exempted from pay this fee, if a party that is introduced by the Corporation does not keep its end of the bargain (of which the member must provide proof, sufficiency to judged by the Board of Directors). If the same thing happens to a non-member, then the Corporation only requires a maximum of half the commission as a token of good will towards this person.

Any earnings made by the corporation are to be invested in the Corporation's infrastructure and/or operations. 80% of the earnings of a Division are invested back into that Division, which in turn invest at least 75% to support their members.

[ 07-04-2003, 11:54 PM: Message edited by: Cmdr Jeffery Eu ]

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Table of Organisation

The hierarchy of the Corporation group is as follows:-

Services Division

Information Division

Liaisons Division

Operations Division

Human Resource Division

The divisions are totally separate entities (which is detailed here) from the Corporation just like the real world subsidiaries of a mega corporation. Each division will have its own internal structure and table of hierarchy. The Corporation does not dictate any rules or regulations towards the Divisions and nor has it any power over them. Each Division will have its separate levies and duties to be paid by members and non-members.

As per the charter, the Corporation will receive a 4% levy for any transaction brokered by the Corporation and/or its Divisions and in return to Corporation will invest the monies by building better facilities and infrastructure for the benefit of the Corporation members.

Furthermore, the Corporation may not obtain and/or coerce any free services from any member of the Corporation. ALL SERVICES utilised or contracted must be paid from the CorporationÔÇÖs treasury.

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Table of Corporate Officers

Chief Executive Officer

Nominated by the Board of Directors by a minimum of 2/3 votes.

Perks:

Power to override all contracts and also to call on the services of any of the Corporation members;

Representative of the Corporation in the purchasing, acquiring, and management of the CorporationÔÇÖs facilities, bases, assets and infrastructure

Responsibilities:

Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the Corporation at all times;

Answerable to the Board of Directors.

Director

Representative of each Division.

Perks: None as all perks are provided by respective Divisions

Responsibilities:

Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the Corporation at all times;

Internal audit of CorporationÔÇÖs finances and holdings;

Voting power to elect CEO.

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DIVISIONS

Introduction

The Divisions of the Corporation are set up with the main intention to cater to the diverse races and castes available in the BC universe. Due to the variety available, the Corporation has decided to organize the Divisions according to castes. Castes of partially similar nature or vocations are organized together.

The Divisions are as follows: -

Services Division caters to Trader, Commercial and Paramedic castes.

Operations Division caters to Mercenary, Assassin and Raider castes.

Liaisons Division caters to Diplomat caste.

Information Division caters to the Explorers and Scientists castes.

Human Resource Division.

The Human Resource Division is the only Division set up to cater to all member castes. This Division provides the opportunity for members to familiarize themselves with the BC universe, fellow members, game play, strategies, multi play and so forth. As there is no distinction of castes, the H.R. Division does not have a Director instead it has an elected representative to represent the Division during the CorporationÔÇÖs board meetings.

The Divisions are independent of each other and any profits earned are not to be shared among the Divisions. The Divisions will operate under a broad general guideline or policy drawn up by the CorporationÔÇÖs Board of Directors, the interpretation and carrying out of which is dependent on each Division and the resources that it has available. Members of each Division are required to be civil to each other if encountered upon the premises of the Corporation and/or its Divisions under the CorporationÔÇÖs charter. Once outside of the jurisdiction of the Corporation, there are no rules governing the members with the notable exception of office bearers of the Corporation and/or its Divisions.

The Corporation does adhere to the strict policy of non-governance of members (who by nature and choice are of independent nature) and retains the right to add, amend and abolish any rules and regulations set up by its Divisions that are contrary to this policy.

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COMMODITY INC.

TraderÔÇÖs Sub-Division, Services Division, Intercorp Unlimited

Introduction

Commodity Inc. is part of Corporation. The division aims to provide a safe environment for its members to do business as it caters only Traders.

It tries to bring together traders and contractors, to provide a cheaper means of protection and to offer specialized knowledge concerning trading such as availability of goods and trade routes.

The aim of Commodity Inc. is not to control its members but provide an environment in which the members are aided in getting new contracts. Once these contracts are closed the member is free to carry them out as the member sees fit. A member is also free to carry out contracts that are unrelated to Commodity Inc. or the Corporation.

However, a member is responsible for all his actions so that if any action is taken that is against the interests of Commodity Inc. then the Corporation can elect to expel that member from one of its bases or even from the Corporation.

Commodity Inc. conducts business from several bases, each having a set of rules. These rules are base specific and any member, when visiting one of these bases, is expected to adhere to these local rules.

A member pays a commission for each contract that is made with the help of Commodity Inc in order to support the structure of the Division and the Corporation. At least 75% of these fees are reinvested in Commodity Inc. to support the members. Members are free to take contracts that are not Commodity Inc. related in which case the commission is not paid.

Being a part of Commodity Inc. implies that all resources from both Commodity Inc. and the Corporation are at the membersÔÇÖ disposal. For example, a member can request for an escort from Guns For Hire Inc. or the services of Consignee Inc at a reduced price.

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Charter

Commodity Inc. assists in the exchange of goods, safe transport and negotiations concerning price and deliverance on behalf of its members, provides contacts with persons qualified/able to escort trading vessels and providing a base to exchange goods at.

Due to the independent nature of the parties involved Commodity Inc. does not resolve disputes and does not pass judgment over events outside of its base. Once a settlement is reached Commodity Inc. and one or both parties leave the base, then the Division is no longer responsible for any actions performed by either party. Disputes are to be settled by the parties involved themselves or by other, higher, authorities if these can be found.

Commodity Inc's base provides a safe haven for those that are present, thus enabling trading parties to conduct business in a safe environment. Any misconducting person will be expelled by force. The sphere of influence of Commodity Inc. only encompasses the base itself.

All members of Commodity Inc. are only bound by the DivisionÔÇÖs rules and rulings as long as they are at one of the Corporation bases. The Director is always bound to the rules of the division and the rulings of the Corporation. Unlike members he can be judged by the Board of Directors for his actions off base.

Commodity Inc. requires a commission of 4% of the involved the transaction, with a minimum of 50,000.00 credits, for every deal that is closed with direct help of the Division. The penalty for noncompliance is to be expelled from Commodity Inc. The fee is to be paid within 2 weeks. Members are acquitted from this free if a party that is introduced by Commodity Inc. does not keep its end of the bargain (of which the member must provide proof).

Any earnings made by the Division are to be invested in the DivisionÔÇÖs infrastructure and/or operations. At least 75% of the earnings must be spent in direct support of its members.

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Hierarchy

Director

Has a seat in the Corporation's Board of Directors;

Responsible for running daily operations at the divisionÔÇÖs base of operations;

Responsible for inter-division contacts/activities;

Responsible for assisting a member to the next level (e.g. a junior trader to trader level).

Chairman of the Board

Assistant to the Director.

Aids in daily operations and inter-division relations and activities;

Replaces the Director when not present for longer periods of time;

Responsible for assisting members to the next level.

Partner

Senior Trader that has earned the division at least 6,400,000.00 credits;

Has successfully traveled at least 3 new/difficult trade routes;

Has demonstrated 'experience' by assisting at least 2 members to the next level.

Senior Trader

A member that successfully completes several trading runs and earned the division at least 1,600,000.00 credits;

A member that successfully traveled 1 new or difficult trade routes.

Trader

A member that successfully completes several trading runs and earned the division at least 400,000.00 credits.

Junior Trader

A member that just applied for membership and has recently been reassigned from the HR division to the trader's division.

The rank influences the way that the Division treats members. The more lucrative/dangerous deals tend to be given to the more experienced members. However, when a junior trader is the only one that is present then it is given to him/her. Naturally one is free to refuse it and wait for a less dangerous deal. Non-members are treated as junior members but do not climb in the hierarchy.

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EL DORADO INC.

Commercial Sub-Division, Services Division, Intercorp Unlimited

Introduction

El Dorado Inc. (herein referred to as ÔÇ£EDÔÇØ) is committed to the pursuance of increasing wealth for itÔÇÖs members by offering a facility where members can pool resources, both intellectual and financial, for offering revenue generating services to members and non members alike. Members are encouraged to come together within the umbrella of ED and table any and all ideas for revenue generating commercial activities.

It is envisioned the services offered will be both useful and varied in their scope. Details are yet to be finalized, but only the number of members within ED will limit the potential for individual revenue earnings. The more members, the more money can be generated and banked!

At this stage all ideas put forward are tentative (dependant on the restrictions/rules of GCO and the SC). Some of the current proposals for activity programs to be implemented by ED are as follows:

┬À Insurance 1. Hulls 2. Cargo

┬À Loans

┬À Investing

┬À Storage

┬À Taxi Service

Members can undertake any of the above, or other, activities individually, with the support of ED. However, to maximize revenue streams, it is encouraged that members will form groups and pool their resources. In this way a group will have the ability to underwrite larger risks/loans/investments and generate greater earnings while spreading the risk involved. The benefits for the individual members are maximized.

The groups will usually contain members from various levels of the ED hierarchy as outlined in the following pages. In this way group experience levels are balanced to ensure successful implementation and execution for any activity, as well as providing senior support for junior members.

The transaction levy owed to the Division will be paid by the group prior to any distribution of profits among group members. The distributions of earnings to individual group members will be governed by the outlined hierarchical experience/seniority. Ideas and creativeness is encouraged from all members. Therefore bonuses can be paid to junior members for successful implementation of an activity based on their creativity.

ED provides a structure, which encourages teamwork and support to provide a healthy, creative and lucrative environment.

In the early stages, following the launch of El Dorado Inc., members will more than likely build up their equity through straightforward trading activities (kindly supported by Commodity Inc.).

EDÔÇÖs services are available to all members of the Corporation at a (yet to be finalized) discount and at full price to the non-members of greater galactic populace.

ED also provides the facility through which enquiries for services can be received from anyone. The feasibility of these can be studied for risk and revenue potential and members assigned to design, implement and complete such service.

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Charter

ED assists members in the exchange of goods and services for financial gain, provides support for negotiations concerning price and fulfillment on behalf of its members.

Due to the independent nature of the parties involved ED does not resolve disputes and does not pass judgment over events outside of its base. Once a settlement is reached, ED and all parties leave the base, then the division is no longer responsible for any actions performed by either party. Disputes are to be settled by the parties involved themselves or by other, higher, authorities if these can be found.

ED's base provides a safe haven for those that are present, thus enabling parties engaged in commerce to conduct business in a safe environment. Any misconducting person will be expelled by force. The sphere of influence of ED only encompasses the base itself.

All members of ED, are only bound by the divisions rules and rulings as long as they are at one of the corporation bases. The Director is always bound to the rules of the division and the rulings of the corporation. Unlike members, the Director can be judged by the Board of Directors for his actions off base.

ED is an equal opportunity organization. Promotion within and assistance from the organization will not be hindered by reason of caste, physical attributes, whether they prefer green corduroy over faded LeviÔÇÖs or any other preference. Provided said member conforms to the DivisionÔÇÖs rules.

ED requires a commission of 4% of the involved the transaction, with a minimum of 50.000, for every deal that is closed within the support of the division. The penalty for noncompliance is to be expelled from ED. The fee is to be paid within 2 weeks. Members are acquitted from this free if a party that is introduced by ED does not keep its end of the bargain (of which the member must provide proof).

Any earnings made by the Division are to be invested in the DivisionÔÇÖs infrastructure and/or operations. At least 75% of the earnings must be spent in direct support of its members.

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Hierarchy

Director

Responsibilities

Has a seat in the Corporation's Board of Directors;

Running of daily operations at the DivisionÔÇÖs base of operations;

Approval of business and revenue targets;

Approval of new proposals for offered services;

Inter-division contacts/activities;

Approving a member to the next level (e.g. an Associate to VP level).

Benefits

20% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions;

Total waiver of service fee levied on individual transactions;

20% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and sub-Divisions of the Corporation.

Chief Operating Officer

Responsibilities

Assistant to the Director. Aids in daily operations and interdivision relations and activities;

Replaces the Director when not present for longer periods of time;

Approval of business and revenue targets;

Approval of new proposals for offered services;

Inter-division contacts/activities;

Approving a member to the next level.

Benefits

15% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions;

50% waiver of service fee levied on individual transactions;

15% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and sub-Divisions of the Corporation.

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Senior Vice President

A member that has earned the division at least 6,400,000.00 credits as well as having designed and created 2 new services, which can be offered by ED.

Responsibilities

Setting and implementing new business and revenue targets;

Oversee VPÔÇÖs to ensure new business and revenue targets. are being met.

Benefits

12% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions;

25% waiver of service fee levied on individual transactions;

10% discount on all goods and services purchased from all divisions and sub-divisions of the Corporation.

Vice President

A member that successfully earned the division at least 1,600,000.00 credits.

Responsibilities

Work with and oversee Associates to actively seek and bring in new business for the services offered by ED.

Benefits

10% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions.

5% waiver of service fee levied on individual transactions;

5% discount on all goods and services purchased from all divisions and sub-divisions of the Corporation

Associate

A member that successfully completes several trading runs and earned the division at least 400,000.00 credits.

Responsibilities

Act as mentors to Junior Associates and encourage full use of the CorporationÔÇÖs resources/support.

Benefits

8% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions;

Bonus equivalent to 8% of net revenue for significant contribution towards creation and implementation of new service;

5% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and sub-Divisions of the Corporation.

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Junior Associate

A member that just applied for membership and has recently been reassigned from the HR division to the Commercial division.

Responsibilities

Work with assigned team members.

Benefits

5% of revenue (after expenditure) for involvement in any group transactions;

Bonus equivalent to 5% of net revenue for significant contribution towards creation and implementation of new service;

1% discount on all goods and services purchased from all divisions and sub-divisions of the Corporation

Any revenue left over after payment of group level portions as outlined above will be divided equally between all participating members of that group.

If there is insufficient revenue to meet the above payment schedule, all hierarchal level percentage portions will be multiplied by a factor of 0.8 until reduced sufficiently to meet payment to all participating group members. Any amount left over after payment of the modified group level portions will be divided equally between all participating members of that group.

While ED acknowledges the absolute right of all members to remain independent, this structure is designed to encourage all members to work together, with the aim of maximizing the potential for earning revenue as resources (intellectual and financial) can be pooled and utilized in the most efficient manner.

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CONSIGNEE INC.

Liaisons Division, Intercorp Unlimited

Introduction

Consignee Inc. deals in the diplomatic caste and provides the service to members and potential clients. Consignee maintains a database with details of all its members, thus allowing easy matching of a diplomat that suits the criteria of the client.

Before Consignee presents the client with possible matches, the client is required to provide full details of the mission and any components. Once these details have been presented to Consignee, the client must sign an agreement stating that these are full details of the mission as far as they are aware.

Non-members are welcomed, but subject to increased charges when using Consignee Inc.ÔÇÖs services.

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Charter

Consignee Inc. provides a service to all members of the Corporation who are of the diplomatic caste.

Consignee Inc. acts as a point of contact for all of its members. Any diplomat will be able to use Consignee as a place to easily seek employment and for potential clients to seek qualified diplomats as employees on a contract basis.

Consignee Inc. holds no responsibility for any contracts agreed between diplomat and employer, any failure to complete the contract on the end of the diplomat is solely their responsibility. Consignee will however provide assistance in legal proceedings that a member wishes to take as a result of the employer failing to uphold their side of the agreement.

Facilities of Consignee are available for use by all members of the Division as a safe environment in which they can conduct their business. Due to the neutral nature of Consignee, it is ideal for the staging of negotiations without fear of potential harmful involvement from outside sources.

Members of the Division are bound by all rules and regulations of Corporation and Consignee while they remain on any facility under the control of the Corporation or Division. Failure to abide by these rules will result in an appropriate penalty.

Though members are bound by the rules of the Corporation and the Division while stationed at one of its bases, the Director of Consignee is bound by rules of the Division and the Corporation at all times and must uphold them. Failure to do so will result in being called before the Board of Directors for appropriate punishment.

Consignee Inc requires that a charge of 4% commission will be paid to the division as a result of all transactions made by its members and their employees. This payment only applies to contracts that are arranged through the assistance of Consignee, and not any independent contracts made outside the division.

Members are required to make payments to the division within two weeks of the conclusion of each contract. Non-compliance with this rule will result in the immediate expulsion from Consignee Inc.

Any earnings made by the division (after commission to the Corporation) are to be invested into improvements to Consignee Inc.

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Hierarchy

Director

Holds a seat on the Corporation Board of Directors;

Responsibilities are the running of the divisions operations, rules, regulations, and inter division relationships. Has final say on all division affairs;

Is exempt from service fee;

20% discount on all products and services from the Corporation;

30% discount on all products and services purchased on behalf of Consignee Inc from the Corporation.

Ambassador

Chosen by the Director from the Envoy level diplomats;

Holds seat on DivisionÔÇÖs advisory board;

Responsibilities include assisting in the running of division operations, rules and regulations;

50% discount on service fee;

Envoy

Experienced diplomat of charge d'affaires level who has successfully completed 4 missions of at least level 3 difficulty;

Responsibilities include assisting junior members.

Charge d'affaires

Diplomat of Consul level that has completed 10 missions of at least level 2 difficulty;

Responsibilities include assisting new members.

Consul

Attach├® who has completed 10 missions of level 1 difficulty;

Attach├®

Entry level to the division. Non-members will automatically be assigned this level if seeking work through Consignee Inc.

Members may only receive promotion in experience rank with the agreement of an Ambassador or the Director. An Ambassador can recommend to the advisory board, the promotion of an individual even if the normal criteria has not been met, however this is rare and only occurs as a result of agreement from the other AmbassadorÔÇÖs and Director.

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GUNS FOR HIRE INC.

Mercenaries Sub-Division, Operations Division, Intercorp Unlimited

Introduction

Guns For Hire Inc. (herein referred to as ÔÇ£GFHÔÇØ) caters to the mercenary caste and seeks to provide the best service available by maintaining a database of all registered member mercenaries. Thereby if contacted with the offer of a mission, GFH will be able to match the mercenary or mercenaries to the criteriaÔÇÖs based upon skill, experience and knowledge required in the mission and will recommend the best available mercenary or mercenaries for the mission.

Any potential employer must sign an agreement to provide full disclosure of the facts, environment and potential dangers of each mission. Failure to do so will absolve GFH from any liability from the employer in the event of failure. Furthermore, GFH reserves the right to use all its resources to prosecute the errant employer by any means necessary if can be proved that the employer has failed to disclose all available information.

GFH retains the right to investigate any information disclosed by the employer by any means necessary in order to ascertain the validity of the information. Should any conflicting information be discovered during GFHÔÇÖs investigation, GFH shall consider that is a failure on the employerÔÇÖs part to fully disclose all relevant information. In that event, all expenses incurred by GFH during the investigation will be charged to the employer.

Due to ever changing nature and circumstances of the universe, GFHÔÇÖs Board of Praefactus retains the rights to judge the severity of the employerÔÇÖs failure to provide information. If the lack of information is due to unforeseeable or mitigated circumstances, the culpability of the employer will be appropriately reduced.

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Charter

1. That GFH caters to all members of the Corporation of the mercenary caste without fear or favour to all;

2. That GFH being a subdivision of the Corporation subscribes to the Corporation Charter in its entirety and all rules and regulations are duly enacted under the same Charter;

3. That GFH will provide a point of contact for all mercenary members seeking employment and all clients seeking employees;

4. That GFH will obtain, ascertain and compile all necessary facts and details of each mercenary member into a database to enable any potential clients to choose the best mercenary available for the contract;

5. That GFH will not be held liable for whatsoever breach of contract terms, damages incurred, property destroyed or lives taken by its employees once the contract has been agreed upon;

6. That GFH does however hold a legal and moral responsibility to surrender said offender to appropriate authorities for legal action. And will do so to the extent of providing all information and last known position of said offender;

7. That GFH will obtain and confirm all information from potential clients before contacting their future employees. However, GFH will not be held liable for any losses due to a shortcoming in information or wrongful information provided;

8. That GFH will provide a platform to pursue all legal action in the event of Rule 7;

9. That GFH will charge a 4% service fee on the employer upon the agreement of the contract by both parties;

10. That all monies collected will be invested on the GFH after the appropriate cut to the Corporation;

11. That all member mercenaries are to abide by all rules and regulations of the Corporation, its Division and GFH as long as they are on the grounds the Corporation, its Division or GFHÔÇÖs facilities. GFH. will take all necessary means to penalize the said offender upon their failure to do so;

12. The Legatus, Praefactus and Tribunus of GFH will abide by all rules and regulations at all times.

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Hierarchy

Legatus:

Administrator of Division and implementers of Division Policy, Rules & Regulations vide Board of Praefactus

Perks:

Total waiver of service fee levied;

20% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation;

Power to reject and appoint officers of the Division with the recommendation of the Board of

Praefactus;

Power to purchase, obtain and built infrastructure and facilities on behalf of the Division with the Division monies;

Purchase of goods and services from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation on behalf of GFH will be given a discount of 30%.

Responsibilities:

Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the Corporation and the Division at all times;

Be held responsible for any and all infringements of mercenary members;

Must answer to the Board of Directors of the Corporation and also the Board of Praefactus.

Praefactus:

Administrators of the Division Policy, Rules & Regulations and advisory capacity on the Board of Praefactus (Up to a maximum of 10 Praefactus)

Perks:

50% waiver of service fee levied;

15% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation;

Power to recommend the rejection and appointment of all officers of the Division excluding Praefactus;

Power to veto LegatusÔÇÖs decision to purchasing decisions;

Voting power to appoint Legatus;

Power to purchase, obtain and built infrastructure and facilities on behalf of the Division with the Division monies;

Purchase of goods and services from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation on behalf of GFH will be given a discount of 30%.

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Responsibilities:

Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the Corporation and the Division at all times;

Investigating of offenses and implementation of penalties;

Hearing and deciding on offenses and penalties;

Internal audit of Division finances and holdings;

Must answer to the Board of Praefactus and the Legatus.

Tribunus:

Administrator of departments and implementers of directives from the Legatus and the Praefactus

Perks:

25% waiver of service fees levied;

10% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation;

Specific perks allotted by the Praefactus and the Board of Praefactus.

Responsibilities:

Must abide by all the rules and regulations of the Corporation and the Division at all times;

Specific responsibilities allotted by the Legatus and the Board of Praefactus.

Centurio:

Members that have distinguished themselves in the performance of their contracts and have exemplary records with the Corporation.

Perks:

Voting power to appoint Praefactus;

5% waiver of service fee levied;

5% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation;

Not bound by the rules and regulations of the Corporations and the Division when outside the holdings and facilities of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

Responsibilities:

To ensure the good name of the Corporation, itÔÇÖs Divisions and/or its Sub Divisions are preserved at all times and in all acts;

Not to misuse the facilities and holdings of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

Centuriae:

Members that have distinguished themselves in performance of their contracts

Perks:

Voting power to appoint Praefactus;

5% discount on all goods and services purchased from all Divisions and Sub Divisions of the Corporation;

Not bound by the rules and regulations of the Corporations and the Division when outside the holdings and facilities of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

Responsibilities:

To ensure the good name of the Corporation, itÔÇÖs Divisions and/or its Sub Divisions are preserved at all times and in all acts;

Not to misuse the facilities and holdings of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

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Discens:

New members

Perks:

1% discount on all goods and services purchased from all divisions and subdivisions of the Corporation;

Not bound by the rules and regulations of the Corporations and the Division when outside the holdings and facilities of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

Responsibilities:

To ensure the good name of the Corporation, itÔÇÖs Divisions and/or its Sub Divisions are preserved at all times and in all acts;

Not to misuse the facilities and holdings of the Corporation, its Divisions and/or Sub Divisions.

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