Law No. From 1 April 1931 1,082 On Ratification "modus Vivendi-Ului" Commercial Agreement Between Romania And Austria On 30 August 1930

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 1.082 din 1 aprilie 1931 privind ratificarea "Modus-ului Vivendi" comercial încheiat între România şi Austria la 30 August 1930

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Law No. from 1 April 1931 1,082 on ratification "Modus Vivendi-ului" commercial agreement between Romania and Austria on 30 August 1930 published in PARLIAMENT ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE nr. 78 of 3 April 1931 to CHARLES II By the grace of God and the will of the King of Romania's national team, all from the face and future Legislative Assemblies, health: voted and adopted, and we sanctionam what follows: sole article the Government is authorized to ratify and make it run "Modus Vivendi hobby" commercial concluded through an exchange of letters between Romania and Austria on 30 August 1930 as it has been implemented through Council of Ministers journal Nr. 1458/930, given the law promulgated by the Royal Decree No. 2387/930 and published in Official Gazette No. 142/930.
Copy and translation from the self-styled "Modus Vivendi" joins the face law.
This law, dimpreuna with "Modus Vivendi hobby" commercial she attached, was voted by the Senate sitting in dela Decemvrie 1930 and 22 were adopted unanimously by the seven decades and eight votes.
Chairman, PROFESSOR TRAIAN BAHADUR (L. S. S.)
Secretary, Selina dimpreuna with this law, "Modus Vivendi hobby" commercial she attached, was voted by the Assembly of deputies at its meeting on 16 March 1931 dela and adopted unanimously by the one hundred second votes.
Vice President, g. CASSIDY (L. S. D.)
Secretary, Fr. Stephen Promulgăm Earring that law and categorise them as it is vested with the seal of State and published in the Official Gazette.
(L. S. St.)
CHARLES President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs g. g. Mironescu Justice Minister Dr. Voicu Naidu MINISTRY of FOREIGN AFFAIRS No. 44,320 Mr. Minister Referring me to the letter that Your Excellency was pleased to get my address with the No. 5 from 3.873/July 1930, concerning the conclusion of a "modus-vivendi" setting until the conclusion of a Treaty of Commerce, economic relaţiunile between both our States , I have the honour to bring to the attention of Your Excellency that the Romanian Government would be happy if the Austrian Government would agree with him on the following articles: Article 1-country nationals each from the two countries will enjoy in the territory of the other party, for their person and their belongings, most-favoured-nation treatment, for everything that concerns the establishment, the exercise of their trade and industry.
Country nationals each of the High Contracting Parties shall be entitled to acquire and to possess the territory of the other, movable of any kind and of any nature and urban real estate and dispue them freely through the purchase, sale, donatiune, permutation, marriage inheritance, Testaments, "ab intestato" or by any other means, under the same conditions as nationals.
In terms of rural real estate zisii the directive will enjoy the same treatment as that accorded, in this regard, most-favoured-nation resortisantilor.
Shall, with regard to the purchase, possession and use of property, exceptions and restrictiunile which are or will be established for the safety of the State, by the laws of each of the High Contracting Parties, of all States towards foreign-country nationals.
However remains determined that none of the High Contracting Parties shall not be obliged to conceada in this country nationals matters other faculties or more stretched than those who actually enjoy his country nationals on the territory of that latter Parts.
In all cases above, as well as on the occasion of the sale of goods for export their product or their assets, they will not be subject to any tax, fee or, in any other name would be, or higher than those which are or will be established for national.
Country nationals each from the two countries will not have to pay the other side's territory, for their person and their belongings, as well as to exercise any kind of Commerce, industry, trade or profession, no tax, duty or burden of any kind would be others or higher than those established for the national.
Businesses, having legal personality, will enjoy a similar. They will not be able to settle and totus to create branches in the territory of other countries, without having previously complied with the dispoziţiunilor laws in force in that country.
His Excellency Lord Robert Lukes, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Austria.
Natural or manufactured products, of each of the two countries will also enjoy most-favoured-nation treatment for all with regard to the import, export, re-export, transit intrepozitarea, and in general for all commercial transactions and to steamers and ships, for everything that refers to sailing, waters and ports of other countries.
In consequence, each of the two Contracting Parties undertake to make the other advantage, immediately and without compensatiune any favors, privileges or downfalls of tax which it has already granted or could grant them from here before, under the abovementioned ratios, third Powers.


Article 2 the most-favoured-nation Treatment shall also be carried over to the total, the guarantee and the levying of import duties and other taxes, as well as the customs formalities and to their application at the very top, the procedures for the payment of customs duties and other taxes, to the classification of the goods, the customs tariffs and the interpretation of the analysis processes.


Article 3 the High Contracting Parties grant each other their most-favoured-nation treatment in respect of prohibitiunile and restrictiunile on import and export.


Article 4 the most favoring nation Treatment does not apply in respect of: (a) special Favors) who have been or will be granted to neighbouring States to ease cross-border traffic;
  

(b) special import Arrangements), intended to ease the financial reglementele of the war 1914-1918;
  

c) rights and privileges granted or who will be in the future one or more neighbouring States through the conclusion of a Customs Union.
  


Article 5 "Modus-vivendi" referred to above shall enter into force on 1 Septemvrie 1930 and will have a duration of no more than six months, beginning from the way of its entry into force.
The Romanian Government is however agreed to resume the negotiations interrupted on the completion of a definitive trade Convenţiuni setting and navigaţiune between the two countries before 1 Noemvrie 1930.
If the federal Government agrees with everything that provides the Royal Government would be willing to consider "modus-vivendi" as set out in this letter and through the federal Government's affirmative answer of.
You receive, please, Sir, the assurance of my highest heritage issues.
Minister, g. g. MIRONESCU LEGATIUNEA AUSTRIA in ROMANIA Nr./it 4.949 Mr. Minister, in response to the letter that you have deigned to address me on 30 August 1930 under no. 44,320, I have the honour to bring the order of my Government to Your Excellency, as the federal Government is in agreement with the Romanian Government on the dispoziţiunilor of a "modus-vivendi" setting until the conclusion of a Treaty of commerce between the two relaţiunile permanently our economic State.


Article 1-country nationals each of the two countries will enjoy in the territory of the other party, for their person and their belongings, most-favoured-nation treatment for all with regard to setting the exercise their trade and industry.
Country nationals of each High Contracting Party shall have the right to acquire and to possess the territory of the other movable of any kind and of any nature and urban real estate and dispue them freely, purchase, sale, donatiune, permutation, marriage inheritance, Testaments, "ab intestato" or by any other means, under the same conditions as nationals.
In respect of immovable property, the directive zisii will enjoy the same treatment as that agreement in this regard most-favoured-nation resortisantilor.
Shall, with regard to the purchase, possession and use of property restrictions and exceptions are or will be established for the safety of the State, by the laws of each of the High Contracting Parties, of all States towards foreign-country nationals.
However remains determined that none of the High Contracting Parties shall not be obliged to conceada in this matter, resortisantilor the other faculties and more stretched than those who actually enjoy his country nationals on the territory of that latter Parts.
In all cases above, as well as on the occasion of the sale of goods for export their product or their assets, they will not be subject to any tax, duty or task, under whatever name or others would be higher, than those which are or will be established for national.
Country nationals of each of the two countries will not have to pay the other side's territory, for their person and their belongings, as well as to exercise any kind of Commerce, industry, trade or profession, no tax, duty or burden of any kind would be others or higher than those established for the national.
His Excellency Lord g. g. Mironescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bucharest Enterprises having legal personality shall enjoy a footing. They will not be able to settle and totus to create branches in the territory of other countries without being previously complied with the dispoziţiunilor legislation in force in that country.

Natural or manufactured products of each of the two countries will also enjoy most-favoured-nation treatment for all with regard to the import, export, re-export, transit intrepozitarea, and in general for all commercial transactions and to steamers and ships, for all that concerns the sailing waters and the ports of other countries.
In consequence, each of the two Contracting Parties shall be obliged to make to the other, immediately and without any compensatiune, favors, privileges or downfalls, which has already granted or could grant them from here before under a third said relations Powers.


Article 2 the most-favoured-nation Treatment shall also report to the total, the guarantee and the levying of import duties and other taxes, as well as the customs formalities and to their application at the very top, the procedures for the payment of customs duties and other taxes, to the classification of the goods, the customs tariffs and the interpretation of the analysis processes.


Article 3 the High Contracting Parties grant each other their most-favoured-nation treatment in respect of prohibitiunile and restrictiunile on import and export.


Article 4 most favoured nation Treatment shall not apply in respect of: (a) special Favors) who have been or will be granted to neighbouring States, in order to ease cross-border traffic;
  

b) special arrangements intended to ease import lichidarile, resulting from the war of 1914-1918;
  

c) rights and privileges granted or who will be in the future one or more neighbouring States, by concluding a Customs Union.
  


Article 5-whether it's at vivendi, "referred to above, will enter into force on 1 December 1930, Septemvrie and will have a duration of no more than six months, beginning from the way of its entry into force.
The federal Government is also agreed to resume the negotiations interrupted on the end of a convenţiuni, laying and navigation, a final between the two countries before 1 Noemvrie 1930.
The federal Government considered so "-whether it's at vivendi," said, as established.
You receive, please, Mr. Minister, entrusting my highest heritage issues too.
R. LUKES.
This "Modus-Vivendi" commercial, dimpreuna with the law was voted by the Senate sitting in dela 1930 and 22 Decemvrie was adopted unanimously by seventy-eight votes.
Chairman, PROFESSOR TRAIAN BAHADUR (L. S. S.)
Secretary, a. Otiu This commercial "Modus Vivendi", dimpreuna with the law was voted by the Assembly of deputies at its meeting on 16 March 1931 dela and adopted unanimously by the one hundred second votes.
Vice President, g. CASSIDY (L. S. D.)
Secretary, Fr. Stephen Cairns — — — — — — — — —-