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Lo, Chang-fa

Treaty Interpretation Under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

Lo, Chang-fa - Treaty Interpretation Under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. The Setting

1. Revisiting the Essence of Treaty Interpretation
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2. Treaty Interpretation as Opposed to Statutory, Constitutional and Contractual Interpretations
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3. Meaning of Codification and VCLT as the First Round of Codification of Customary Rules of Treaty Interpretation
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4. Desirability and Some Principles for a New Round of Codification
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Part II. Existing Issues to Be Subject to Codified Rules

5. Boundary of Treaty Interpretation and the Possible Codification
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6. Difference and Relations Between Interpretation and Application of Treaties and the Possible Codification
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7. Relations Between Treaty Interpretation and Finding/Assessment of Facts and the Possible Codification
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8. International Adjudicating and Non-adjudicating Bodies as Treaty Interpreters and the Possible Codification
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9. Interpreting Treaties for Private Matters and the Possible Codification
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10. Methods of Searching for the Ordinary Meaning and the Possible Codification
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11. Ways of Taking into Consideration the Object-and-Purpose and the Possible Codification
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12. Means of Taking into Consideration the Context and the Possible Codification
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13. Special Meaning, Supplementary Means and Different Languages as well as the Possible Codification
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14. Some Other Supplementary Interpretation Principles and the Possible Codification
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15. Time Factor, Technological Development, Evolutive Interpretation and the Possible Codification
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16. The Formula Approach for Indefinite Legal Concepts and the Possible Codification
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17. Sequence, Hierarchy, Good Faith, Holistic Interpretation and the Possible Codification
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Part III. New Issues and Perspectives

18. Introducing Fundamental Values into Treaty Interpretation and the Possible Codification
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19. Coordination Between Different Treaties Through Treaty Interpretation and the Possible Codification
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20. Conclusion—Features and Perspectives of the New Codified Rules of Treaty Interpretation
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Keywords: Law, Human Rights, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, Human Rights and Crime

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789811068669
Printed ISBN
978-981-10-6865-2

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