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Instruments For Declaring Invalid, Terminating, Withdrawing From Or Suspending The Operation Of A Treaty

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This chapter concerns Article 67 which is the notification provided under Article 65. The history of Articles 67 and 68 is commenced in 1963 with draft Articles 23 and 24 of Waldock Report II. Article 67 concerns straightforward procedural matters and ensures stability by introducing a certain formalism which does not exclude informal instruments. The article 67 calls upon a state party to a treaty to communicate to the other party, or parties, any intention to invoke either a defect in its consent to be bound by that treaty, or the ground for impeaching the validity of the treaty, terminating it, withdrawing from it or suspending its operation. The act at issue shall be carried out through an instrument communicated to the other parties.

Keywords: formalism; treaty; Waldock report

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