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The denunciation shall only have effect in regard to the notifying State, and one year after the notification has reached the Secretary-General of the League of Nations. Denunciation may also be made separately in respect of any territory placed under its sovereignty, jurisdiction, protection, suzerainty or tutelage. The move to introduce into the 1926 Convention a clause dealing with denunciation results from an observation made by the British Government in response to the Resolution by the Assembly of the League of Nations, requesting States to comment on the 1925 Draft Convention.

Keywords: 1925 draft convention; denunciation; jurisdiction; protection; sovereignty



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