- Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties — Good faith — Treaties, application — Treaties, effect for third states — Treaties, invalidity, termination, suspension, withdrawal — State practice — Codification — Peremptory norms / ius cogens
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1 The term validity of treaties designates in a comprehensive manner the conditions a treaty must fulfil in order to produce a legal effect and the consequences in case of non-compliance (Compliance). These conditions concern (a) the power to conclude an international treaty (Treaties, Conclusion and Entry into Force; Treaty Making Power); (b) the consent of the parties; (c) the legality of treaties; and (d) requirements for registration and publication (Treaties, Registration and Publication). Conflicts between treaties (Treaties, Conflicts between), though...