1 The depositary plays an understated yet highly significant role in the administration of a treaty (Treaties). In essence, a depositary acts as the formal custodian of the treaty in question, as well as receiving instruments of communication, acceptance and reservation proffered in relation to it by the various parties and signatories (Treaties, Multilateral, Reservations to). Accordingly, the depositary may be considered to be the administrative hub of the treaty, charged with ensuring that the final version of the text is a faithful reproduction of that which...
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