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Consequences Of The Termination Of A Treaty

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Article 70 deals with the consequences of a party being released from a treaty's obligations. The termination of a treaty under provisions of Article 70 or in accordance with the present convention unless the treaty otherwise provides or the parties otherwise agree: (a) releases the parties from any obligation further to perform the treaty; (b) does not affect any right, obligation or legal situation of the parties created through the execution of the treaty prior to its termination .If a state denounces or withdraws from a multilateral treaty, Article 70 applies in the relations between that state and each of the other parties to the treaty from the date when such denunciation or withdrawal takes effect. Article 70 concerns treaties under which obligations still remain to be performed at or after termination of the treaty.

Keywords: consequences; convention; denunciation; termination; treaty

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