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Contracting states and measures taken by them for the purpose of the convention
|Statement||International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.|
|Contributions||International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, (London, 23 June ) THE CONTRACTING GOVERNMENTS, DESIRING to establish uniform principles and rules with respect to the determination of tonnage of ships engaged on international voyages;. CONSIDERING that this end may best be achieved by the conclusion of a Convention;. HAVE AGREED as follows. The Convention is increasingly applicable to world trade as more and more States accept the Convention and make the rules of the Convention part of their law. Theyengage in about 60 percent of the world's external trade, and they include most of New Zealand's major trading partners among them Australia.
Contracting States shall cooperate for the prevention and suppression. of terrorist offences, in accordance with the domestic laws and regulations of each State, as set forth hereunder: I. Exchanging of information. 1. Contracting States shall undertake to promote the exchange of information between and among them concerning. Article 1(2) ICSID Convention explicitly states that it is the purpose of the ICSID ‘to provide facilities for conciliation and arbitration of investment disputes between Contracting States and nationals of other Contracting States in accordance with the provisions of this Convention’. This provision very clearly envisages ISDS as Cited by:
(1) If measures taken in one Contracting State and enforceable there require enforcement in another Cont racting State, they shall, upon request by an interested party, be declared enforceable or registered for the purpose of enforcement in that other State according to the procedure provided in . The general obligation for the Contracting States to recognize such awards as binding and to enforce them in accordance with their rules of procedure is laid down in article III. A party seeking enforcement of a foreign award needs to supply to the court: (a) the arbitral award; and .
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Entry into force: 1-V CONVENTION ON PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND CO-OPERATION IN RESPECT OF INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION. The States signatory to the present Convention, Recognising that the child, for the full and harmonious development of his or her personality, should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love and.
(3) The measures taken under paragraph 1 with regard to a child who is habitually resident in a non-Contracting State shall lapse in the Contracting State where the measures were taken as soon as measures required by the situation and taken by the authorities of another State are recognised in the Contracting State in question.
Consequently, there may be a need to coordinate the measures taken by the contracting states in this regard as well (OECD ; paras. 8 Where a provision does not reflect a minimum standard, the MLI generally allows for an opting out of that provision entirely or, in some cases, out of part of that by: 2.
Moreover, the State concerned shall keep the Secretary-General fully informed of the measures which it has taken, and the reasons for them, and shall also inform him when such measures have ceased to operate. The primary purpose of informing the.
Nothing in this Convention shall prevent a Contracting State, in time of war or other grave and exceptional circumstances, from taking provisionally measures which it considers to be essential to the national security in the case of a particular person, pending a determination by the Contracting State that that person is in fact a refugee and.
Contracting States and Measures Taken by Them for the Purpose of the Convention, Doc. ICSID/8 (Nov. Members of the Panels of Conciliators and of Arbitrators, Doc.
TCSID/l 0 (Jan. ICSID Additional Facility for the Administration of Conciliation, Arbi tration and Fact-Finding Proceedings, Doc. ICSTD/11 (June ). - Contracting States and Measures Taken by Them for the Purpose of the Con vention, Doc.
ICSID/8 (June ). - Members of the Panels of Conciliators and of Arbitrators, Doc. ICSID/ 10 (May ). The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) (formally the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms) is an international convention to protect human rights and political freedoms in d in by the then newly formed Council of Europe, the convention entered into force on 3 September All Council of Europe member states are party to the Parties: 47 Council of Europe member states.
by the Contracting States. • The notion that the Convention is a living instrument, to be interpreted in the light of today’s conditions. • The recognition that, in determining whether to impose restrictions on guaranteed rights or to take positive measures to secure those rights, the Contracting States may.
The Contracting Parties shall take the necessary measures for the practical implementation of the provisions of articles 1 and 2 of this Agreement and shall inform each other of the measures taken.
Article 4 The competent organizations of the Contracting Parties shall send each. Part III – Preventative Measures vi INTRODUCTION The Hague Convention of 25 October on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction1 has 75 States Parties at the time of writing, representing diverse cultures and legal systems.2 The proliferation of new Contracting States3 and the need to ensure that implementation and operation of the Convention are seen by all States as a continuing.
The Paris Convention applies to industrial property in the widest sense, including patents, trademarks, industrial designs, utility models (a kind of "small-scale patent" provided for by the laws of some countries), service marks, trade names (designations under which an industrial or commercial activity is carried out), geographical indications (indications of source and appellations of.
Contracting States. Article 2. Contracting States shall take all appropriate measures to secure within their territories the implementation of the objects of the Convention.
For this purpose they shall use the most expeditious procedures available. Article 3. The removal or the retention of a child is to be considered wrongful where. Article 26 prescribes a mandatory duty-obligation of reporting, setting out that the reports of the Contracting Parties should be composed of two complementary elements of relational governance: a substantive element being the legal, administrative and other measures taken by them for the implementation of the Barcelona Convention, its.
Article 5 Right of non-scheduled flight. Each contracting State agrees that all aircraft of the other contracting States, being aircraft not engaged in scheduled international air services shall have the right, subject to the observance of the terms of this Convention, to make flights into or in transit non-stop across its territory and to make stops for non-traffic purposes without the.
Measures taken by Members in the exercise of this right of self-defence shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of.
chapter i - letters of request  Article 1 . In civil or commercial matters a judicial authority of a Contracting State may, in accordance with the provisions of the law of that State, request the competent authority of another Contracting State, by means of a Letter of Request, to obtain evidence, or to perform some other judicial act.
A further purpose is that the Convention is a system of collective enforcement and it is through the Secretary General that the other Contracting States are informed of the derogation. The concept that a trial judge could publicly bind the UK by virtue of sending his reasons in a private law case in which the government was not represented is.
contracting States undertake to give every possible facility to the importation of educational, scientific or cultural materials, which are imported exclusively for showing at a public exhibition approved by the competent authorities of the importing country and for subsequent re-exportation.
The purpose of this meeting shall be to examine the situation and any measures to be taken to meet it. The High Contracting Parties shall communicate to each other, immediately upon their coming into force, the legislative measures taken by them in execution of. In early conventions, amendments came into force only after a percentage of Contracting States, usually two thirds, had accepted them.
This normally meant that more acceptances were required to amend a convention than were originally required to bring it into force in the first place, especially where the number of States which are Parties to a.Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (“the Convention”) guarantees the right to a fair trial.
It enshrines the principle of the rule of law, upon which a democratic society is built, and the paramount role of the judiciary in the administra-tion of justice, reflecting the common heritage of the Contract-ing States. According to the ILC Drafting Committee, in its first report, ‘the draft articles’ primary purpose [is] the prevention of crimes against humanity’.
4 Taking the lead from the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 5 as interpreted by such bodies as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), prevention of Author: William A. Schabas.