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Entry Into Force

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Article 24 deals with various rules on the treaty's entry into force and contains the presumption that when a final date for signature or ratification was laid down in a treaty, the intention was that it should enter into force on that date for the States which by then had signed or ratified it. The provisions of a treaty regulating the authentication of its text, the establishment of the consent of States to be bound by the treaty, the date of its entry into force, reservations, the functions of the depositary and other matters arising necessarily before the entry into force of the treaty apply from the time of the adoption of its text. It is closely linked with various other articles of the Convention. The residuary rules in paragraphs 2-4 provide welcome solutions where early disagreement between the parties may arise after the adoption of the treaty.

Keywords: Article 24; Convention; entry; force; treaty

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