High Contracting Party

Some articles on contracting, high contracting party, high contracting, party:

Civil Jurisdiction And Judgments Act 1991 - Contracting States in 1991
... In addition to the contracting states to the Brussels Convention over which the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 gave the UK courts jurisdiction, the ... Poland became a contracting state when it signed the Lugano Convention in 2000 ...
Turkish Construction And Contracting Industry
... The Turkish construction and contracting industry is one of the leading industries in Turkey ... A total of 33 Turkish construction/contracting companies were selected for the Top International Contractors List prepared by the Engineering News-Record in 2009 which made the Turkish construction/contrac ...
Status Of Territories Captured By Israel - Disputed
... to "cases of…occupation of the territory of a High Contracting Party" by another High Contracting party ... Bank and Gaza Strip have never been the legal territories of any High Contracting Party ...
Indo-Soviet Treaty Of Friendship And Cooperation - Indo-Soviet Relations - The Treaty
... The High Contracting Parties solemnly declare that enduring peace and friendship shall prevail between the two countries and their peoples ... Each party shall respect the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of the other party and refrain From interfering in the other's internal ... The High Contracting Parties shall continue to develop and consolidate the relations of sincere friendship, good neighbourliness and comprehensive co­operation existing ...

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