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Consequences Of The Suspension Of The Operation Of A Treaty

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The suspension of the operation of a treaty under its provisions or in accordance with the present articles, unless the treaty otherwise provides or the parties otherwise agree: (a) relieves the parties between which the operation of the treaty is suspended from the obligation to perform the treaty in their mutual relations during the period of the suspension; (b) does not otherwise affect the legal relations between the parties established by the treaty. During the period of the suspension the parties shall refrain from acts tending to render the resumption of the operation of the treaty impossible. Thus, suspension concerns the operation of a treaty, not the treaty itself which remains in force. No distinction is made in Article 72 between bilateral treaty and multilateral treaty in respect of the consequences of suspension.

Keywords: consequences; provisions; suspension; treaty



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