Green Clause(redirected from Green Clauses)
A clause in a letter of credit allowing one to take out an advance loan before a shipment is sent if one puts up some collateral, often demonstrated by warehouse receipts. For example, a farmer may utilize a green clause to receive financing for operations, using his crops in a warehouse as collateral. A green clause is most common in contracts relating to agricultural commodities.
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