Chapter 7: THE CONTINUITY PRINCIPLE ADOPTED UNDER THE VIENNA CONVENTION FOR SECESSION AND DISSOLUTION
Chapter 7 examines the question of whether or not the successor State is automatically bound by the multilateral treaties to which the predecessor State was a party at the date of succession. It examines the continuity principle which was adopted under the Vienna Convention for secession and dissolution.
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