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Treaties Constituting International Organisations And Treaties Adopted Within International Organisations

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The present convention applies to any treaty which is the constituent instrument of an international organisation and to any treaty adopted within an international organisation without prejudice to any relevant rules of the organisation. The international law commission (ILC) draft 1966 made the application of the convention with respect to treaties drawn up within international organisations &t;subject to any relevant rules of the organisation&t;. International agreements between states and international organisations or between international organisations fall completely outside the scope of the convention. They are the subject of the 1986 Vienna convention on the law of treaties between states and international organisations or between international organisations, thus ensuring that the convention remains as widely applicable as possible, whilst reserving the position of the rules of the various international organisations.

Keywords: international agreements; law of treaties; Vienna convention



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