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Volume II, Part IV Amendment and Modification of Treaties, Art.40 1969 Vienna Convention »

Karine Ardault, Daniel Dormoy
From: The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties
Edited By: Olivier Corten, Pierre Klein
Bowman, M. J. , ‘The Multilateral Treaty Amendment Process—A Case Study’, ICLQ , 1995, pp 540–59 Dixit, R. K. , ‘Amendment or Modification of Treaties’, IJIL , 1970, pp 37–50 Leca, J. , Les techniques de révision des Conventions internationales (Paris: LGDJ, 1961) 1. If it is obvious that legal rules have to be observed ( pacta sunt servanda ), it is equally evident that the effectiveness of their application depends, especially in the international order, upon their capacity to adjust to the realities of the society they are meant to govern. This explains why the...

Volume II, Part IV Amendment and Modification of Treaties, Art.40 1986 Vienna Convention »

Karine Ardault, Daniel Dormoy
From: The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties
Edited By: Olivier Corten, Pierre Klein
1. Article 40 of the 1986 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties between States and International Organizations or between International Organizations reproduces word for word the provisions of Article 40 of the 1969 Convention, save for the added mention of international organizations where appropriate. The technique retained for amending multilateral treaties having international organizations as parties is therefore identical to the one established for multilateral treaties concluded between States only. During the preparatory work for the 1986 Convention, 1...