1 The immunities of international organizations are essentially granted to ensure that an international organization can fulfil its functions as an actor on the international plane (International Organizations or Institutions, Privileges and Immunities). By contrast with the law on State immunity, the law relating to the immunities of international organizations has developed primarily in treaty practice rather than in customary international law. The relevant treaties are therefore negotiated to ensure that each organization is granted an appropriate level of...
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