March 18th, 2016 – Toronto, Ontario – Matica Enterprises Inc. (MMJ – CSE) (39N – Frankfurt) (MQPXF – OTC) (“Matica” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Matica has entered into a letter to intent with Cache Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: CAY) to option the McGee Lithium Project in Nevada. The McGee Lithium Project is located adjacent to Pure Energy’s Clayton Valley project and south of the Silver Peak Lithium Mine, which has been in production since 1966 and is the only lithium brine production operation in North America.
Cache will be deemed to have earned an initial 60% interest for completing the following requirements within three years of TSX Venture approval:
- by making cumulative exploration expenditures of US$350,000 equivalence
- by making an initial payment of $15,000 in cash or shares within 30 days of TSX Venture Exchange approval
- by making a payment of $75,000 in cash or shares on the first anniversary of TSX Venture approval
- by making a payment of $75,000 in cash or shares on the second anniversary of TSX Venture approval
The cumulative exploration expenditures will include repayment to Matica of the US$17,500 expenditure already incurred by Matica and any additional payments required to maintain the underlying option agreement and claims in good standing.
After completing the initial 60% earn-in, Cache will be entitled to increase its interest to 70% by making a payment of $150,000 in cash or shares within one year of earning the initial 60% interest. Cache will then have the right to increase its interest to 80% by making a further payment of $150,000 in cash or shares within one year of increasing its interest to 70%. Cache are appointed the managers of the project and as such are entitled to charge a 10% management fee on the exploration expenditures that are made on the project. The existing rights to purchase any of the underlying property royalty from the original property vendors will be owned proportionately to the property interests as held between Cache and Matica.
As news released March 3, 2016, Matica has signed an agreement to acquire a 100 per cent interest in the McGee Lithium Project located in the south-eastern Clayton Valley. The property consists of thirty three placer claims of twenty acres each and six claims of eighty acres each totalling approximately 1,140 acres.
Boris Ziger, Matica CEO states: “This option agreement will allow the McGee Lithium Project to be advanced to active exploration at no additional expense to Matica. Matica looks forward to a successful venture with Cache Exploration Inc.”
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On behalf of the Board of Directors
MATICA ENTERPRISES INC.
Boris Ziger, CEO & Chairman
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