The Treaty of Paris is often cited as the France that Louisiana gives to Spain.   The transfer agreement had, however, been concluded with the contract of Fontainebleau (1762), but was not made public until 1764. The Treaty of Paris gave the United Kingdom the eastern side of the Mississippi (including Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which was to be part of the British territory of West Florida). New Orleans, on the east side, remained in the hands of France (albeit temporarily). The Mississippi River corridor in today`s Louisiana was reinstated later after the purchase of Louisiana in 1803 and the Adams-Ons contract in 1819. “Ultimate Recipient” – the person or organization that has signed a sub-convention and receives a portion of the contribution to carry out a sub-project under the agreement. The signing of the treaty ended the seven-year war, known as the French and Indian war in North American theatre, and marked the beginning of an era of British domination outside Europe.  Britain and France each returned much of the territory they had conquered during the war, but Britain gained much of French ownership in North America. In addition, Britain agreed to protect Catholicism in the New World.
The treaty did not include Prussia and Austria, since five days later they signed a separate agreement, the Treaty of Hubertusburg. The Department reserves the right to apply to the Organization any sum owed by Her Majesty`s Organization. This section does not limit the right of delay granted by the Act, a provision of the Agreement or other agreements between Her Majesty and the Organization. In addition to the Bonn agreement, several multilateral agreements operate in the North Sea region: between Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands (DENGERNETH); between France and the United Kingdom (MANCHEPLAN); Norway and the United Kingdom (NORBRITPLAN) and between Belgium, the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom (QUADRIPARTTE ZONE). The Treaty of Paris, also known as the Treaty of 1763, was signed on 10 February 1763 by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement, after Great Britain and Prussia`s victory over France and Spain during the seven-year war. “sub-agreement” — means the agreement signed between the organization and an ultimate beneficiary or local partner. The original 1969 agreement was replaced in 1983 by a new Bonn agreement that included “other pollutants” and oil. It was at this time that the European Union (at the time CEE) became a contracting party; and financial arrangements have been made for the reimbursement of costs by a contracting party in the event of mutual assistance. In 1989, the text of the Bonn Agreement was amended to include aerial surveillance to detect operational and illegal spills, which came into force on 1 April 1994. A central debate in the mid-1990s was the continuation of dismissal offences at sea. It was feared that, despite aerial monitoring of oil spills, no sanctions had been taken against polluters who breached marpol 73/78.
Several seminars were held to examine differences of opinion on the acceptability of evidence from aerial surveillance and petroleum fingerprints. “Support documentation” (support documents) – is not limited to: original cheques, invoices, bank statements, receipts, contracts, leases and tables of working time or other data proving the actual cost of the organization.