Treaty Party

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Treaty Party

Party and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Party provided by the European Union Commission: (to an international treaty) A party to a treaty is a State, International Organisation or other entity with treaty making capacity that has expressed its consent to be bound by that treaty where that treaty has entered into force for that particular State or International Organisation [or other entity with treaty making capacity]. Agreements generally specify in their final clauses the categories of States, organisations or other entities that may become a party thereto. If multilateral agreements seek universal participation, they normallt use either the “all States formula” or the “Vienna formula”.

Party (to a Treaty)

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on party (to a treaty) explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here.

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Further Reading

  • The entry “party (to a treaty)” in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (currently, the Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law, 2009), Oxford University Press

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Popular Treaties Topics

  • Treaties of the United Nations (UN)
  • Types of Treaties
  • International Treaties
  • Famous Treaties
  • Law of Treaties
  • Numbered Treaties

Party and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Party provided by the European Union Commission: (to an international treaty) A party to a treaty is a State, International Organisation or other entity with treaty making capacity that has expressed its consent to be bound by that treaty where that treaty has entered into force for that particular State or International Organisation [or other entity with treaty making capacity]. Agreements generally specify in their final clauses the categories of States, organisations or other entities that may become a party thereto. If multilateral agreements seek universal participation, they normallt use either the “all States formula” or the “Vienna formula”.

Resources

See Also

Popular Treaties Topics

  • Treaties of the United Nations (UN)
  • Types of Treaties
  • International Treaties
  • Famous Treaties
  • Law of Treaties
  • Numbered Treaties

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