The Business Recognition Accords or BRA were submitted to governments of the world by the Corporate Court in 2042. They define minimal rights to be granted by local authorities to AA megacorporations and AAA prime megacorporations, usually referred to by the term of extraterritoriality. Sovereign governments can grant additional rights to those corporations, or similar rights to other corporations. The signing governments also recognize the Corporate Court as the arbitral body to settle dispute with said corporations.

A majority of governments of the world have signed the BRA. Those who did not include Amazonia, Aztlan, Manchuria, Tír na nÓg, Tir Tairngire and Yakut. (cd.10) The Scandinavian Union has signed a modified version of the BRA with several amendments. (soe. 133)


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