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Any State signing or acceding to the present Protocol may declare, at the moment either of its signature, ratification, or accession, that its acceptance of Articles 2 and 3 of the present Protocol does not include any or all of its colonies, overseas possessions, protectorates, areas not under direct administration, or overseas territories under its sovereignty or authority, or in respect of which it has accepted a mandate on behalf of the League of Nations, and may subsequently accede on behalf of any such colony, overseas possession, protectorate or territory excluded by such declaration. India noted that it would be taking advantage of the provisions of Article 9 to make such a declaration excluding jurisdiction ratione loci "in respect to certain unadministered tracks on the frontiers of India and certain other territories not included in British India.

Keywords: overseas territories; ratione loci; sovereignty



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