The Unification Of International Private Law Of The Statute Of The Institute

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the unification of international private law of the Statute of the Institute, article 1. 15 March 1940 in the unification of private law, International Institute of statute (hereinafter referred to as the Statute) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. Statutory obligations to coordinate the State Chancellery and the Ministry of Justice. 3. article. Statute of the Republic of Latvia concerning the entry into force of the time limit laid down in article 20 and in order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal". 4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. Along with statutes of the law put in English and their translation into Latvian language. The Parliament adopted the law in 2005 to 24 November. State v. President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga in Riga 2005 November 30 STATUTE OF UNIDROIT Official translation approved by the General Assembly at its 45th session on 26 November 1991 article 1 the purpose of the International Institute for the Unification of private Law to examin it way of harmonising and coordinating the private law of States and of groups of States, and to prepare gradually for the adoption by the various States of uniform rules of private law. To this end the Institute shall: (a) prepare draft of law and convention with the object of establishing uniform internal law; (b) prepare draft of the agreements with a view to facilitating international relations in the field of private law; (c) studies in comparativ undertak private law; (d) take an interest in projects already undertaken in any of thesefield by other institutions with which it may maintain relations as not cessary; (e) organise conferences and publish works which the Institute will consider worthy of wide circulation. Article 2 1. The International Institute for the Unification of private Law is an international body responsible to the participating Governments. 2. The participating Governments with those of which accede to the present Statute in accordanc with article 20. The Institute shall enjoy, in the territory of each participating Government, the legal capacity to enable cessary it to exercise its functions and to realise it in purpose. 4. The privilege and to which the immunit Institute and its agents and officers shall enjoy shall be defined in the agreements to be concluded with the participating Governments. Article 3 the International Institute for the Unification of private Law shall have its headquarters in Rome. Article 4 the Institute shall have: (1) (a) General Assembly; (2) (a) the President; (3) (a) Each Council; (4) (a) the Permanent Committee; (5) an Administrative Tribunal; (6) a secretariat. Article 5 1. The General Assembly shall consis of one representative from each of the participating Governments. Governments, other than the Italian Government shall be represented by their diplomatic, representatives accredited to the Italian Government or persons deputed by them. 2. The Assembly shall be convened in Rome by the President at least once a year, in ordinary session, to approve the annual accounts of income and expenditure and the budget. 3. Every three years, it shall approve the work programme of the Institute on the basis of a proposal by the Council and Each, in appropriate cases to the paragraph 4 of pursuan article 16, by a majority of revisit two thirds of the members present and voting the resolutions adopted in accordanc with paragraph 3 of the said article 16 Article 6 1. The Council shall Each be consis of the President and twenty-five members. 2. The President shall be appointed by the Italian Government. 3. The members shall be appointed by the General Assembly. The Assembly may, in addition to appoin the members mentioned in paragraph 1, one other member chosen from among judge in the Office of the International Court of Justice. 4. The President and members of the Council shall Each hold office for a term of five years which shall be renewable. 5. A member of the Council who is appointed Each to replace a member whose term of Office has not expired shall hold office for the remainder of the term of his or her predecessors. 6. Each member may, with the consent of the President, choose another person to act as his or her representative. 7. The Council may Each invite representatives of international institutions or organisations to take part in its meetings, in a consultative capacity, whenever the work of the Institute deals with subjects which are the concern of those institutions or organisations. 8. The Council shall Each be convened by the President whenever he or she consider it and in any case expedien at least once a year. Article 7 1. The Permanent Committee shall consis of the President and five members appointed by the Council from among its own each time the members. 2. the members of the Permanent Committee shall hold office for five years and shall be eligible for re-election. 3. The Committee shall be the permanent convened by the President whenever he or she consider it and in any case expedien at least once a year. Article 7b 1. The Administrative Tribunal shall have jurisdiction to deal with any dispute between the Institute and its officers or employees, or those entitled to claim through them, with particular regards to the interpretation or application of the Staff Regulations. Any dispute arising from contractual relations between the Institute and third parties shall be submitted to the Tribunal, provided that its jurisdiction is expressly recognised by the parties in the contract giving rise to the dispute. 2. The Tribunal shall consis of three full members and one substitute, chosen from outside the Institute and preferably of different nationalit. They shall be elected for five years by the General Assembly. Any vacancy on the Tribunal shall be filled by cooption. 3. The Tribunal shall arrive at its decision, which shall be without appeal, by applying the provision of the Statute and of the regulations as well as the general principles of law. It may also decide ex aequo et bono when such power has been given to it by an agreement between the parties. 4. Where the President of the Tribunal consider that a dispute between the Institute and one of its officers or employees is of very limited importanc, he or she may decide it or may entrust the decision to a single judge of the Tribunal. 5. The Tribunal shall adop in it own rules of procedure. Article 7ter of the members of Each Council or of the Administrative Tribunal whose term of office expires shall continue to exercise their functions until the newly elected members take office. Article 8 1. The Secretariat shall be of a Secretary-General consis appointed by Each of the Council on the nomination of the President, two Deputy Secretar-General of different nationalit to also appointed by the Council, Each and the officers and employees provided for in the rules each the administration of the Institute and its internal operations referred to in Article17. 2. The Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretar-General shall be appointed for a period which shall not exceeds 100 five years. They shall be eligible for reappointmen. 3. The Secretary-General of the Institute shall be ex officio Secretary of the General Assembly. Article 9 the Institute shall maintain a library under the management of the Secretary-General. Article 10 of the official languages of the Institute shall be Italian, English, French, German and Spanish. Article 11 1. The Council shall Each determin the means of carrying out the functions set out in article 1, It shall draw up 2. the work programme of the Institute. 3. It shall approve the annual report on the Institute's activities. 4. It shall draw up a draft budget and forward it for approval to the General Assembly. Article 12 1. Any participating Government, as well as any international institution of an official nature, it shall be entitled to set Each before the Council proposals for the study of questions relating to the unification, harmonisation or coordination of private law. 2. Any international institution or association, the purpose of which is the study of legal questions, may put before the Council Each suggestions concerning studies to be undertaken. 3. The Council shall Each decide any action to be taken on proposals and suggestions made in this way. Article 12b of the Each Council may enter into relations with other intergovernmental organisations, as well as with non-participating Governments, in order of their cooperation in conformity with their ensur respectiv in aim. Article 13 1. The Council may refer the Each study of particular questions the commission of Jurists who have specialised knowledge of those questions. 2. The commission shall, as far as is possible, be presided over by members of the Council Each. Article 14 1. Following the completion of the study of questions in which it has engaged, the Council shall Each, if appropriate, approve any preliminary draft to be submitted to Governments. 2. It shall communicate such draft to the participating Governments or the institutions or associations which have made proposals or suggestions to it, asking them for their opinion on the expediency and the substance of the provision. 3. In the light of the answers received, the Council shall Each, if appropriate, approve final draft. 4. It shall communicate these to the Governments and to the institutions or associations which have made proposals or suggestions to it. The Council shall then consider the Each step to be taken to a diplomatic conference conven examin it the draft. Article 15 1. The President shall be the Institute represen. 2. the Executive authority shall be exercised by the Council Each. Article 16 1. The yearly expenditure relating to the operations and the maintenance of the Institute shall be covered by the income specified in the budget of the Institute, including in particular the ordinary basic contribution of the Italian Government, the promoter of the Institute, as approved by the Italian Parliament, which the Government declare it to be of a set, as from 1985, at 300 million Italian lire per ann Forum , a figure which may be revised at the end of each period of three years by the law approving the budget of the Italian State, as well as the ordinary annual contributions of the other participating Governments. 2. For the purpose of apportioning the part of the yearly expenditure not covered by the ordinary contribution of the Italian Government or by income from other sources among the other participating Governments, the latter shall be classified in categories. Òàæó to each category shall be a particular number of units. 3. The number of categories, the number of units in each category, it òàæó the amount of each unit, and the classification of each Government shall be determined in a category, by a resolution of the General Assembly adopted by a majority of two thirds of the members present and voting, on the basis of a proposal by a Committee appointed by the Assembly. In this classification, the Assembly shall take account, among others, considerations of the national income of the country concerned. 4. the Decision is adopted by the General Assembly in paragraph 3 of the accordanc with article may be revised, every three years, by a further resolution of the General Assembly, adopted by a majority of two thirds of the members present and voting, at the same time as its decision mentioned in paragraph 3 of article 5.5. Resolution of the General Assembly adopted in accordanc with paragraphs 3 and 4 of this article shall be notified to each participating Government by the Italian Government. 6. During a period of one year following the notification mentioned in paragraph 5 of this article, each participating Government may put forward an objection against a resolution concerning its classification for considerations at the next session of the General Assembly. The Assembly shall give its decision by means of a resolution, adopted by a majority of two thirds of the members present and voting, which shall be notified by the Italian Government to the participating Government concerned. The latter Government shall, however, have the option of withdrawing from membership of the Institute, following the procedure under paragraph 3 of article 7 of the 19 Participating Governments. the which more than two years in arrear with the payment of their contributions shall lose the right to vote in the General Assembly until they their positions by regularis. Furthermore, from the account shall be taken of such Governments in the process of arriving at the majority required by article 19 of this Statute. 8. Such premise with the axis of the cessary to the not operation of the services of the Institute shall be put at its disposal by the Italian Government. 9. (A) the Working Capital Fund of the Institute is established, the purpose of which is to meet current expenditure, pending the receipt of the contributions payable by the participating Governments, and to meet unforeseen expenditure. 10. The rules of the Working Capital Fund shall be incorporated in the Institute's regulations. They shall be adopted and modified by the decision of a majority of two thirds of the members present and voting in the General Assembly. Article 17 1. Rules each the administration of the Institute, its internal operations and the conditions of service of the staff shall be adopted by the Council and Each must be approved by the General Assembly and communicated to the Italian Government. 2. Travel and living allowance of members of the Council and of the commission Each engaged on studies, as well as the remuneration of the staff of the Secretariat and any other administrative expense, shall be met out of the Institute's budget. 3. The General Assembly shall, on the nomination of the President, one or two appoin auditor responsible for the financial control of the Institute. They shall be appointed for a period of five years. Should two be appointed auditor, they must be of different nationalit. 4. The Italian Government shall not incur any liability, financial or otherwise, from the administration of the Institute, nor any civil liability from the operation of its services, especially in relations to the staff of the Institute. Article 18 1. The undertaking of the Italian Government to provide an annual subsidy and premises for the Institute, as provided in article 16, is given for a period of six years. It will continue to be effective for a further period of six years if the Italian Government has not notified the other participating Governments for at least two years prior to the end of the current period, of its intention to terminate this assistance. In such an event the President shall conven a session of the General Assembly, if need be an extraordinary session. 2. If the General Assembly should decide to wind up the Institute, it shall be the duty of the General Assembly, without prejudice to the provision of the Statute and of the regulations concerning the Working Capital Fund, to take all appropriate measure-with regards to the property acquired by the Institute in the course of its operations, especially the archives and collections of documents and books or periodical. 3. do not vertheles, it is understood that in such circumstanc the land, building and movable's that have been put at the disposal of the Institute by the Italian Government will be returned to that Government. Article 19 1. Amendments to this Statute, passed by the General Assembly, shall come into force when approved by a majority of two thirds of the participating Governments. 2. Each Government shall communicate its approval in writing to the Italian Government, which shall inform the other participating Governments and the President of the Institute. 3. for Any Government which has not approved an amendment to the Statute of the denounc the Statute may at any time within six months of the coming into force of the amendment. Denunciation shall take effect from the date of notification to the Italian Government, which shall inform the other participating Governments and the President of the Institute. Article 20 1. Any Government wishing to accede to this Statute shall notify of the Italian Government in writing of its accession. 2. Accession shall be effective for six years; It shall be deemed to be for further period of renewed stands out among six years unless denunciation is effected in writing of at least one year before the expiry of any such period. 3. Accession shall be notified of denunciation and to the participating Governments by the Italian Government. Article 21 this Statute shall come into force in as soon as six Governments have notified the Italian Government of their accession. Article 22 this Statute, dated 15 March 1940, shall be deposited in the archives of the Italian Government. (A) a certified copy of the text shall be sent by the Italian Government to each of the participating Governments.   Interpretation of Article 7b States of the Statute, approved at the eleventh session of the General Assembly (30 April 1953) the General Assembly, in Considering the Resolution, adopted by the Assembly on 18 January 1952, which will amend the Statute of the Institute; Considering that according to the second line of the first paragraph of Article 7b of the Statute by the Council which deals with the jurisdiction of the Administrative Tribunal "any dispute arising from contractual relations between the Institute and third parties shall be submitted to the Tribunal, provided that its jurisdiction is expressly recognised by the parties in the contract giving rise to the dispute"; Considering the advisability of further defining the exten of the jurisdiction which may be assumed by the Administrative Tribunal in accordanc with the above provision; (1) declare that the expression "any dispute arising from contractual relations between the Institute and third parties" which may be submitted to the Administrative Tribunal of the Institute in the envisaged in Article 7b of circumstanc States of the Statute relate exclusively to any of that dispute concerning obligations arising from the contracts concluded between the Institute and third parties. (2) that the jurisdiction of the Administrative Tribunal in respect of the dispute arising from contractual relations between the Institute and third parties cannot be considered "expressly recognised" unless such recognition is expressed in the writing.  

The International Institute for the unification of private law (UNIDROIT) Statute of the Official translation, the General Assembly approved 45. session of 1991 November 26 article 1 the international private law unification Institute aims to seek solutions for the country and group of countries for harmonization of private law and coordination, as well as gradually prepare unified private law for the adoption of rules in different countries. To achieve these objectives, the Institute: (a) draw up the law and the draft Convention with a view to establishing a unified internal law; (b) prepare the draft treaty with the aim of facilitating international relations in the field of private law; (c) comparative law studies; (d) participate in existing projects in these areas, which started in other institutions, in selecting the most appropriate type of relation; (e) organise conferences and published works, which the Institute considers appropriate for wide circulation. 2. Article 1 of the private law unification International Institute is an international institution that is responsible in front of the Governments of the Member States. 2. Member States are those that have accepted these statutes in accordance with article 20. 3. The Institute shall enjoy in the territory of each Member State has the necessary legal capacity that allows it to perform the functions and exercise goals. 4. the Institute, its representatives and officials of privileges and immunities established by the agreements concluded by the Member States. Article 3 the international unification of private law in the Institute's headquarters are in Rome. Article 4 the Institute has: (1) the General Assembly; (2) the President; (3) the Management Board; (4) the Standing Committee; (5) an Administrative Tribunal; (6) the Secretariat. 1. Article 5 of the General Assembly shall consist of one representative from each Member State. The Government, with the exception of the Italian Government, represented by diplomatic representatives, accredited by the Italian Government, or their delegated persons. 2. the ordinary session of the Assembly at least once a year when convened by the President of Rome, and it is approved in the annual income and expenditure, as well as the budget. 3. every three years, it approved the Institute's programme of work, based on the proposal of the Management Board and, where appropriate, pursuant to the fourth paragraph of article 16 of the rules, with two one-third of the votes of the Member States present shall be amended in accordance with article 16, third paragraph of resolutions. 6. Article 1. Management Board comprises President and twenty-five members of the Council. 2. the President shall be appointed by the Italian Government. 3. Council members are appointed by the General Assembly. The Assembly further referred to in the first subparagraph to the members of the Council may appoint another Member of the Council, to be selected from the Office of the International Court of Justice in judges 4. President and Management Board members term of Office shall be five years and may be renewed once. 5. the Management Board, which shall be appointed as a substitute member of a Council, which does not expire, perform management duties of Council members to his predecessor. 6. any member of the Management Board may, with the consent of the President to choose someone else as your representative. 7. the Management Board may invite to its meetings international institutions and organisations to participate as consultants when the Institute deals with matters affecting the relevant institutions or organisations scope. 8. the Management Board shall be convened by the President, when he deems it necessary, but not less frequently than once a year. 7. Article 1. Standing Committee includes the President and five members of the Committee, which shall be chosen from among the Board of management. 2. the mandate of the members of the Standing Committee for the duration of five years and may be re-elected. 3. the Standing Committee shall be convened by the President, when he deems it necessary, but not less frequently than once a year. 7.1 article 1. the Administrative Tribunal has jurisdiction to deal with disputes between the Institute and its officials or employees or persons who have a right of action through the abovementioned persons, in particular with regard to the interpretation of the staff regulations and enforcement. Any disputes in connection with the Institute and third parties ' contractual obligations is a candidate for consideration by the Administrative Tribunal, if its jurisdiction is expressly recognised by the parties to the dispute, the contract in respect of which the dispute has occurred. 2. the Tribunal shall consist of three full members and one substitute. It chooses the outside Institute, preferably from different countries. It is elected for five years by the General Assembly. Vacancies in the administrative tribunals in administrative tribunals even fills in. The person who fills a vacancy, have no voting rights. 3. the Tribunal accepts the non-appealable decisions in application of the statutes and regulations and the conditions, as well as the General principles of law. It may also decide ex aequo et bono when the parties agree to grant it such powers. 4. If the President of the Tribunal considered that the dispute between the Institute and its officials or employees is a minor, he may decide the matter itself or entrust to one Tribunal judge. 5. the Tribunal shall adopt its agenda for the scroll. 7.2 article Management Board or administrative tribunal members that expires shall continue to perform his duties until the post into the newly elected members. 8. Article 1 includes the President. the secretariat raised and Management Council appointed General Secretary, two Deputy Secretary-General from different countries, which are also appointed by the Management Board, as well as officers and employees pursuant to article 17 of the Institute in management and internal operating rules. 2. the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General shall be appointed by both for a period not exceeding five years. They may be renewed once. 3. The Secretary-General of the Institute is the ex officio Secretary of the General Assembly. Article 9 the Secretary-General in the management of the Institute maintains a library. Article 10 the Institute's official languages are Italian, English, French, German and Spanish. 11. Article 1. the Management Board shall specify the means referred to in article 1 of the function execution. 2. It shall draw up a work programme of the Institute. 3. It approves the annual report on the activities of the Institute. 4. It shall prepare the draft budget and submit it for approval to the General Assembly. Article 12 1. the Government of any Member State, as well as any formal international institution is entitled to submit to the Council proposals for the management of research questions relating to private law unification, harmonization and coordination. 2. any international institution or association with the aim of exploring the legal issues may be submitted to the Council a proposal relating to the Control of the studies to be carried out. 3. the Management Board shall decide on action in connection with the proposals submitted and proposals. Article 12.1, the Management Board may form relationships with other intergovernmental organizations, as well as with the Governments of the countries that are not Member States, to ensure cooperation in accordance with their respective purposes. Article 13 1. the Management Board may entrust the study of specific issues, the Commission lawyer with expertise in the relevant issues. 2. the Commission shall, whenever possible, run by members of the Management Board. 14. Article 1. After completion of the questions, which the Management Board has been involved in the case, it shall approve the initial projects for submission to the Governments of the Member States. 2. It shall forward such projects Governments or institutions and associations that submitted proposals and suggestions, asking them to give an opinion on the adequacy and nature of the provisions. 3. in the light of the replies received, the Management Board may, where appropriate, approve the final projects. 4. It shall send these final projects for the Governments of the Member States or institutions and associations that submitted proposals and suggestions. 5. The Management Board shall then consider the measures to be taken to a diplomatic conference convened by the project. 15. Article 1 of the Institute representing the President.. 2. Executive power is Management Board. 16. Article 1. The Institute's activities and the annual maintenance costs from the budget of the Institute, including fixed income, sponsor of the Institute — the Italian Government's regular contributions, which are approved by the Italian Parliament and since 1985 the Italian Government has identified 300 million Italian lira. This amount may change after each three-year period ends with the Italian law on the State budget. Also, the costs of other Member States ' annual contributions. 2. To allocate the annual expenditure, not covered by the current Italian Government contributions of other Member States or other income source, it is classified into categories. Under each category is limited in number of units. 3. the number of categories, each category the number of units, each unit and each Government's classification of the given category are established by General Assembly resolution to be adopted by the Member States present and voting a two-thirds majority of the representatives vote, based on the proposal of the Committee set up by the Assembly. In this classification the Assembly considers, among other relevant State national income. 4. Decisions adopted by the General Assembly in accordance with the third paragraph of this article, can be reviewed every three years by adopting a new resolution of the General Assembly of the Member States present and voting in the two-thirds majority of the representatives vote simultaneously with the third paragraph of article 5 of the decision specified in the. 5. the Italian Government sent a communication to the Government of each Member State for General Assembly resolutions adopted under this article, the third and fourth. 6. within one year after the fifth paragraph of this article, the notification specified in the Government of each Member State may object to the classification set out in the resolution. These objections are dealt with in the next General Assembly meeting. The Assembly shall decide the question, by the Member States present and voting in the two-thirds majority of the representatives vote. The Italian Government on the decision to inform the Government of that Member State. However, the Government of that Member State has the right to withdraw from the Institute in accordance with article 19 in the third paragraph. 7. The Governments of the Member States, which for more than two years have not taken their contributions until the liquidation of the losing voting rights in the General Assembly. The Government does not take account of this Statute the majority laid down in article 19. 8. the Italian Government supports the activity of the Institute. 9. the activities of the Institute is established in the capital of the Fund to cover the current costs to the contributions of the Governments of the Member States, as well as incidental expenses. 10. the rules of procedure of the Fund's capital is included in the Statute of the Institute. It adopts and amends the General Assembly of the Member States present and voting in the two-thirds majority of the representatives vote. 1. Article 17 of the rules of conduct of the Institute, internal operations and employee responsibilities Management Board adopted and approved by the General Assembly. The content of the rules shall be communicated to the Italian Government. 2. the members of the Management Board, the travel and accommodation costs and Commission payments, as well as secretariat staff salaries and other administrative costs are met from the budget of the Institute. 3. The General Assembly shall appoint one or two of the President's Auditors, which is responsible for the financial control of the Institute. The auditor shall be appointed for five years. If you are appointed to the two auditors, each auditor's nationality must be different. 4. the Italian Government does not assume any financial or other responsibility for the administration of the Institute, as well as any civil liability even in its activities, especially in relation to the staff of the Institute. Article 18 1. the Italian Government undertakes to provide for six years laid down in article 16 of the annual subsidy and premises for the operation of the Institute. This provision shall remain in force also after six years, if at least two years before the expiry of the Italian Government has not informed the Government of other Member States of its intention to discontinue the provision of support. In this case, the President shall convene a meeting of the General Assembly, or, if necessary, extraordinary meeting. 2. If the General Assembly decides to terminate the activities of the Institute, the General Assembly has the obligation, without prejudice to the provisions of the Statute and the rules of equity fund activities, to take all necessary measures in connection with the activities of the Institute during the acquired property, in particular with respect to the documents, books and periodicals and archives inventory. 3. However, in this case land, buildings and real estate, which the Italian Government has transferred action of the Institute, shall be deposited with the Italian Government. 1. Article 19 General Assembly adopted amendments to the Statute shall enter into force after two thirds of the vote of approval of the Governments of the Member States that participated in the adoption of the amendment. 2. Each Government on support for the approval of the amendment in writing to the Italian Government, which shall inform the Governments of the other Member States and the President of the Institute. 3. any Government which is not supported any amendment of the Statute, the Statute may denounce six months after the entry into force of the amendments. Denunciation shall take effect from the date of such notice to the Italian Government, which shall inform the Governments of the other Member States and the President of the Institute. Article 20 1. Government, which wants to join the Statute shall inform in writing the Italian Government. 2. accession shall be valid for six years; It is considered to be extended for another six years, if at least one year before the end of the period in question does not provide written notice of denunciation. 3. the Italian Government shall inform the Governments of other Member States on accession and denunciation. Article 21 this Statute shall enter into force when six Governments have notified the Italian management on accession. 22. Article 15 March 1940 Statute shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of Italy. The Italian Government shall send a certified copy of the text of the Government of each Member State.   11. The General Assembly meeting (30 April 1953) approved terms of reference for the interpretation of article 7.1 General Assembly, taking into account Assembly 1952 resolution adopted January 18, which was amended by the Statute; considering that, in accordance with article 7.1 of the Statute of the second sentence of the first paragraph, shall be determined by the Administrative Tribunal's jurisdiction, "any disputes in connection with the Institute and third parties ' contractual obligations is a candidate for consideration by the Administrative Tribunal, if its jurisdiction is expressly recognised by the parties to the dispute, the contract in respect of which the dispute has occurred."; considering that it is desirable to define more precisely the Administrative Tribunal's jurisdiction, in accordance with the above provisions; (1) declare that the phrase "any disputes in connection with the Institute and the contractual obligations of third parties", which in article 7.1 of the Statute in the cases may be submitted to the Administrative Tribunal of the Institute, only applies to any dispute relating to the obligations arising from the Institute and third parties ' contractual relations; (2) that the Administrative Tribunal's jurisdiction to disputes arising from the Institute and third parties ' contractual relationship, is not considered to be "clearly", if it is not stipulated in writing.


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