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Article 13 agreement

Additional Article to the Agreement of 13 September 1876 between China and Great Britain, signed at Peking, 31 March 1890

Service Réglement for the Execution of Article 13 of the Telephone Agreement of 31 July 1892 between France and Switzerland, signed at Paris/Berne, 26/28 January 1895

Agreement between the General Staffs of Bulgaria and Servia pursuant to Article 13 of the Military Convention of the Same Day, signed at Varna, 2 July 1912

Agreement between Great Britain and Italy for the Prolongation for One Year of the Period fixed by Article IV of the Agreement of 13 January 1905 relative to the Kisimayu Leased Territory, signed at Rome, 23 March 1915

Commission Notice on agreements of minor importance which do not appreciably restrict competition under Article 81(1) of the Treaty establishing the European Community (de minimis) (2001/C 368/07) (European Commission) [2001] OJ C368/13

Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision on the consequences of non-disclosure of exculpatory materials covered by Article 54(3)(e) agreements and the application to stay the prosecution of the accused, together with certain other issues raised at the Status Conference on 10 June 2008, Case no ICC-01/04-01/06, ICL 614 (ICC 2008), 13th June 2008, ICC Trial Chamber I

Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Judgment on the appeal of the Prosecutor against the decision of Trial Chamber I entitled “Decision on the consequences of non-disclosure of exculpatory materials covered by Article 54(3)(e) agreements and the application to stay the prosecution of the accused, together with certain other issues raised at the Status Conference on 10 June 2008”, Case No ICC-01/04-01/06 OA 13, ICL 776 (ICC 2008), 21st October 2008, ICC Appeals Chamber

 

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A voluntary agreement between a multinational company operating in Europe and its workforce to establish an information and consultation procedure on transnational issues: that is, a European works council. Companies with an agreement of this kind in place are exempt from the requirements of the European Works Council Directive 1994 under Article 13, provided they negotiated the voluntary agreement before 22 September 1996. It has been estimated that there are approximately 400 of these voluntary agreements in large European companies, most of which were signed in the two years immediately prior to the 1996 deadline. The advantage to companies of concluding this kind of agreement in advance of the directive was that it gave maximum scope to develop an information and consultation procedure suited to the structure and traditions of the firm. [See subsidiarity.]

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