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IV.3. European Convention on Establishment

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This chapter deals with the European Convention on establishment. Nationals of any contracting party lawfully residing in the territory of another party may be expelled only if they endanger national security or offend against ordre public or morality. Any disputes which may arise between the contracting parties concerning the interpretation or the application of this convention shall be submitted to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) by special agreement or by application by one of the parties to the dispute, unless the parties agree on a different method of peaceful settlement. After the entry into force of the European convention for the peaceful settlement of disputes, the parties to that convention shall apply those of its provisions which are binding upon them to all disputes which may arise between them concerning the Convention.

Keywords: contracting party; establishment; European Convention; International Court of Justice (ICJ); national security



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