The Treaty of São Tomás shall serve as a Pacific-oriented amendment to the Treaty of The Hague and other territories, and shall override any agreement made by either signatory nation in regards to the terms of The Hague. All other terms unchanged will remain valid and recognized by either power.
The Empire of Brazil will recognize Borealian ownership or control over the islands of New Caledonia, Fiji, Norfolk, Wallis and Futuna, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and the Mariana Islands.
The Commonwealth will recognize Brazilian ownership or control over the islands of Brazilian Polynesia, Samoa, Vanuatu, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Guam, and Nauru.
Each nation will vacate military forces from any territories being transferred, and shall allow for a peaceful transfer of administrative duties to the respective new owner.
The Commonwealth of Borealia shall recognize the Treaty of Porto Vila, and the Pacific Union's administration over the Brazilian territories
The Empire of Brazil shall pay the Commonwealth of Borealia a sum equaling twenty million dollars (period OTL US dollars).