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Part 4 International transactions, Ch.13 On international transactions in general

Sir Robert Jennings qc, Sir Arthur Watts kcmg qc

From: Oppenheim's International Law: Volume 1 Peace (9th Edition)

Edited By: Robert Jennings, Arthur Watts KCMG QC

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 26 November 2020

Subject(s):
Negotiations and consultation — Unilateral acts — Treaties, reservations and declarations
Kaasik, RI, 3rd series, 14 (1933), pp 62–95 Kass, Can YBIL, 3 (1965), pp 36–72 Bourne, Can YBIL, 10 (1972), pp 212–34 Plantey, La Négotiation internationale, principes et méthodes (1980) Geamanu, Hag R, 166 (1980), i, pp 365–448 Kirgis, Prior Consultation in International Law (1983). See also works cited in vol II of 7th ed of this work, § 4.The dealings of states (and other international persons) with each other on the international plane take a variety of forms. Although these forms are flexible, without any rigid classification, some of them occur frequently...
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