Foreign Principal Party in Interest Law and Legal Definition

Foreign principal party in interest (FPPI) is “the party shown on the transportation document to whom final delivery or end-use of the goods will be made. This party may be the ultimate consignee.” [15 CFR 30.1; Title 15 -- Commerce And Foreign Trade; Subtitle B -- Regulations Relating To Commerce And Foreign Trade; Chapter I -- Bureau Of The Census, Department Of Commerce; Part 30 -- Foreign Trade Regulations; Subpart A -- General Requirements]