Contracting State

Some articles on contracting states, contracting state, state, states:

Convention Relating To The Status Of Stateless Persons - Key Substantive Content of Convention (summarised)
... Article 7 Contracting States shall accord to stateless persons the same treatment as is accorded to aliens generally ... Article 8 No "exceptional measures" to be taken against stateless persons in a Contracting State because of their former nationality ... Article 10 Forcible removal of a stateless person from territory of a Contracting State due to Second World War to count as residence in that territory ...
Canadians Of Convenience - Amendments To Citizenship Act - Criticism of New Citizenship Rules
... in the case of Persian Jews, some of whom have not lived within the bounds of the modern State of Israel for 2,700 years ... Statistics Canada own population projection study published in December 2005 states that Canada's population is ageing fast and senior citizens would ... he or she does not acquire citizenship of the state of birth, or through his or her other parent ...
International Copyright Relations Of Russia - Russian Federation - Other Treaties
... For phonograms, it stipulated that phonograms produced by a national of a contracting state, or fixated in a contracting state, or published in a contracting state were covered, but ...
European Patent Convention - Enforcement and Validity - Validity
... A national court may partially invalidate a European patent in a Contracting State, e.g ... is also non-unitary in that it may be revoked in one Contracting State while maintained in another ... However, a national court in one Contracting State may not revoke a European patent in another Contracting State ...

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