Edited by Stephen C. McCaffrey, Christina Leb and Riley T. Denoon
Chapter 7: Prior notice and related issues
This chapter describes the evolution of the rules regarding prior notice to be given by States planning new or increased use of a watercourse to the other watercourse States: treaties, unilateral declarations and precedents. The chapter delineates the rules on prior notice in contemporary international law: Articles 11 to 19 of the 1997 Watercourse Convention; the requirement of environmental impact assessments; prior notice and the peaceful settlement of international watercourse disputes.
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