Convention On The International Protection Of Adults

Original Language Title: Übereinkommen über den internationalen Schutz von Erwachsenen

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Convention on the international protection of adults

 

[Convention in German translation, see annexes]

[Convention in the English language, see equipment]

 

The instrument of ratification signed by the Federal President and countersigned by the Federal Chancellor was deposited on October 9th, 2013 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; the Convention shall enter in accordance with article 57 par. 2 lit. a for Austria, with February 1, 2014 in force.

On the occasion of the deposit of its instrument of ratification, the Republic of Austria has declared the following reservation:

Reservation of the Republic of Austria

The Republic of Austria makes a reservation in structures with article 51 paragraph 2 and article 56 paragraph 1 of the Convention, objecting to the use of the French language.

(Translation)

Reservation of the Republic of Austria

The Republic of Austria declares in accordance with article 51 paragraph 2 and article 56 § 1 of the Convention its reservation against the use of French.

 

In addition, has determined the Federal Ministry of Justice as the central authority of the Republic of Austria pursuant to article 28.

 

After releases of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands following more States have ratified the Convention or accepted: germany1, Estland1, Finland, france1, Czech republic1, Switzerland, United Kingdom (Scotland only) 1.

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