Protocol relating to an amendment to Article 48(a) of the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944, Rome 15 September 1962 ...



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"... previously published as Miscellaneous No.6(1963), Cmnd.2042".

SeriesTreaty series -- no.27(1976), Cmnd.6447
ContributionsGreat Britain.
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LC ClassificationsJX5769/
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Open LibraryOL14914560M
ISBN 100101644701
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Mindful of the provisions of Article 5 of the revised Treaty calling on Member States to take all necessary measures to harmonise their strategies and policies and to refrain from any action that may hinder the attainment of the said objectives; Recalling the provisions of Articles 48 and 49 of the Protocol relating to the Mechanism. 7. In order to facilitate the identification of the objects protected by this article, the Parties to the conflict may mark them with a special sign consisting of a group of three bright orange circles placed on the same axis, as specified in Article 16 of Annex I to this Protocol [Article 17 of Amended Annex]. At the CDDH, the Federal Republic of Germany proposed an amendment to Article 8 of the draft Additional Protocol II which read, inter alia: “Amend Article 8 to read: 2. 2. (b) measures of reprisals against [all persons whose liberty has been restricted by capture or arrest for reasons in relation to the armed conflict] are prohibited”.   information about this edition.; related portals: European Union.; sister projects: Wikipedia article, Wikidata item.; These are the consolidated protocols, annexes and declarations that are, as of 1 December , attached to the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union as amended by the Treaty of Lisbon ().). The Treaty establishing the European.

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Protocol relating to an amendment to Article 48(a) of the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944, Rome 15 September 1962 ... Download PDF EPUB FB2

Protocol Relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (article 48 a)) Treaties; Types Agreements(42) Amendments(12) Annexes(7) Charters(13) Conventions() Covenants(5) Declaration(9) In Article 48 (a) of the Convention, the second sentence be deleted and substituted by "An extraordinary meeting of the.

Protocol amending Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation of 7 December Source: Unofficial Text. THE ASSEMBLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION, HAVING MET in its Eighth Session, at Montreal, on 1 Juneand.

PROTOCOL RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ARTICLE 48(a), SIGNED AT ROME ON 15 SEPTEMBER Entry into force: The Protocol entered into force on 11 September Status: parties. State Date of deposit of instrument of ratification.

PROTOCOL RELATING TO CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ARTICLES 48(a), 49(e) SIGNED AT MONTREAL ON 14 JUNE Entry into force: The Protocol entered into force on 12 December Status: parties. State Date of deposit of instrument of ratification Afghanistan 15 March Summary of - th Congress (): Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing that the rights extended by.

amendments thereto.”4 Mirroring these responsibilities, the Convention and its Protocol oblige States to cooperate with UNHCR in the exercise of its mandate, in particular 1 UNHCR, Convention and Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees.

On 14 June the Assembly adopted a Protocol relating to the amendment of Articles 48 (a), 49 (e) and 61 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation.

As that Protocol came into force, on 12 Decemberthe texts of the said Articles shall henceforth read as follows: Article 48 (a). Invoters approved Amendment Article 48 to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This article states that, “the people reserve to themselves the popular initiative, which is the power of a specified number of voters to submit constitutional amendments and laws to the people for approval or rejection; and the popular.

Geneva Conventions of 12 Augustand relating to the Adoption of an Additional Distinctive Emblem (Protocol III), adopted on 8 December Protocol III came into force on 14 January (Amendment 1) Rule 48(1) 1.

Any Member may submit a written declaration of not more than words on a matter falling within the sphere of activities of the European Union.

Written declarations shall be printed in the official languages, distributed and entered in a register. Up to five Member s may submit a written declaration of not more than words on a matter falling within the. Article 48 of the Additional Protocol I provides: “[T]he Parties to the conflict shall at all times distinguish between the civilian population and combatants.” Protocol relating to an amendment to Article 48 book Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 Augustand relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Geneva, 8 JuneArticle Protocol Relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation [Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61] Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61().

Frequency of Assembly sessions and budgets. Protocol relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on December 7, [Article 93 bis] (Multilateral) [] UKTS TS (27 May ) Protocol relating to certain Amendments to Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at Chicago on 7 December Protocol relating to certain Amendments to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61), done at Montreal on 14 June ; and the 6.

Article Basic rule In order to ensure respect for and protection of the civilian population and civilian objects, the Parties to the conflict shall at all times distinguish between the civilian population and combatants and between civilian objects and military objectives and accordingly shall direct their operations only against military objectives.

Protocol Amendments – There are three different types of Protocol Amendments: 1. New protocols – New protocols can be submitted to an existing IND. The new study can begin once it has been submitted to the FDA for review and the study has local IRB approval.

You can submit to. PROTOCOL RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ARTICLE 83 bis, SIGNED AT MONTREAL ON 6 OCTOBER Entry into force: The Protocol entered into force on 20 June Status: 17 6.

Schedule 8—Protocol relating to an amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation Signed at Vienna, on 7 July 81 Schedule 9—Protocol relating to an amendment to Article 50 (a) of the Convention on International Civil Aviation Signed at Montreal, on 16 October 83 Schedule 9A—Protocol relating to an amendment to the.

Multilateral Protocol relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation Art. 93bis. (a) Israel Air Transport Agreement. Multilateral Protocol relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61) (r) Entry into force.

In this Protocol a reference to Protocol I is a reference to the Protocol amending the Treaty and signed at Antigua and Barbuda on 19 February, ARTICLE II Amendment The provisions of this Protocol shall replace Articles 48 and 49 of the Caribbean Common Market Annex to the Treaty and take effect as hereinafter provided.

ARTICLE III. Protocol Relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation [Article 45] Article 45 (). Seat of the Organization.

16/05/ 14/06/ signed at Montreal. Protocol Relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation [Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61] Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61(). Protocol relating to certain Amendments to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Articles 48(a), 49(e) and 61), done at Montreal on 14 June 6.

Protocol relating to an Amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Article 48(a)), signed at Rome on 15 September 7. "Protocol Amendment: New Investigator” A sponsor of an IND application is expected to submit a protocol amendment when a new investigator is added to carry out a previously submitted protocol.

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It could also happen until the end of the President's term (his time in office), if the President died, resigned, or. Thirty-First Amendment of the Constitution (Children) Act [Provided for an Article expressly relating to children].

28 April, There is no Thirty-second Amendment. On 4 Octobera proposal for the Thirty-second Amendment to the Constitution was put to the people and was rejected [Abolition of Seanad Éireann]. The obligation to distinguish between civilian objects and military objectives and the prohibition on directing attacks against civilian objects is contained in a large number of military manuals.

Sweden’s IHL Manual, in particular, identifies the principle of distinction as set out in Article 48 of Additional Protocol I as a rule of customary international law.

supplemented by a Protocol opened for signature inbut that Protocol is not yet in force. Within the EU, some limited amendments to the Council of Europe rules were made by Articles of the Schengen Convention. These provisions are in force among 13 Member States (plus Norway and Iceland).

The UK and Ireland. Schedule 10—Protocol relating to an amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at Montreal on 10 May 89 Schedule 11—Protocol relating to an amendment to Article 56 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation Signed at Montreal on 6 October 92 Schedule 12—Protocol relating to an amendment to Article   On the other hand, Article 48(6) could be used to exclude specific Member States from certain EU policies, to the extent that this does not amount to an amendment to a Protocol (as that is outside the scope of Article 48(6), for the reasons set out above), or to an amendment of the aims of the EU as set out in Article 3 TEU, namely the.

Article The action required to carry out the decisions of the Security Council for the maintenance of international peace and security shall be taken by all the Members of the United Nations.

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