Transferring assets to the new operator under a concession contract requires a thorough review and determination of repairs or repairs of tailings that could be made by the port authority prior to the transfer. Existing assets, which are part of the operators` tenant, as well as their associated condition and quality, will be reflected in the concession fee. The highest concession fee (in terms of the value of the transferred assets) is generally granted in the statutes, so that ownership of the superstructures can be transferred to the operator. Port service agreement: the agreement between the port authority and the operator for the provision of maritime services by the port authority regarding terminals operated by the operator in accordance with this agreement under agreed conditions. Example 8: Review of Selected Rail Concessions in Sub-Saharan Africa – World Bank Report, 2006 – Appendix C of the report contains a comparative revision of contractual clauses relating to access to third-party channels for various concession/farming agreements [Camrail (Cameroon), Sitarail (Ivory Coast – Burkina Faso), Madarail (Madagascar) and Transrail (Senegal) and Transrail (Senegal) and Transrail (Senegal) and Transrail (Senegal) and Transrail (Senegal) and Transrail (Senegal). These include hundreds of millions of dollars worth of mining concessions, as well as small food and beverage concessions at a local cinema. Regardless of the type of concession, the dealer normally has to pay the concession fee to the party that grants it the concession fees. These fees and the rules that allow them to change are usually described in detail in the contract. The amount of social capital available to a new company is an indication of the confidence of consortia in the port prospects and future developments. In developing countries, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) could be a source of capital for the company. It is questionable whether the port authority can take action on its own, but it is preferable that the port authority not be a shareholder, since it could, because of its role as owner, create conflicts of interest and compromise its position vis-à-vis other users of the port. Based on estimates of expected revenue during the concession period and the infrastructure and over-structure to be built during the concession period, it is to be expected that the consortium will mobilize its investments with borrowed money from various sources, usually by a consortium of commercial banks or through the issuance of bonds or other capital market instruments under a dash.