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6 Commentary on the Treaty Provisions regarding Defence, Dispute Settlement, and Transitional and Final Provisions

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The treaty establishes as a general principle that those matters relating to the defence of the focal area fall within the "exclusive jurisdiction of the Parties". The Treaty provisions do not specify the nature of the procedure which the Administrative Commission shall follow, nor does it establish a method of dispute settlement. The Treaty refers to the measures that "each Party" may, individually, adopt with the condition that these measures cannot cause significant damage to the other Party. Part five and last part of the Treaty is divided into two Chapters, XXII and XXIII, the former on Transitional Provisions and the latter on Ratification and Entry into Force. The chapter establishes, in one of its provisions, that the Parties shall publish the nautical charts with the corresponding lateral limit.

Keywords: collective defence; dispute settlement; treaty provisions



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