Article 29 addresses the formal means by which a State may express its consent to be bound by the Convention and the procedure by which it must do so. Paragraph 1 concerns by implication only States signatories to the Convention, which in line with standard practice may, and which alone may, become party to the treaty by means of ratification, acceptance, or approval. Paragraph 2 concerns by implication all other States—that is, States which did not sign the Convention during the period from 17 January 2005 to 17 January 2007 specified for its signature.1 In...
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