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exchange of notes

Exchange of Notes between Greece and Russia respecting Administration of Estates, 13 December 1905

Notes from Underground: Towards Ultimate Hypotheses of Cyclic, Discontinuous Gas-Exchange in Tracheate Arthropods1

Exchange of Notes between Germany and the Netherlands respecting Repatriation, signed at Berlin, 19 January 1911

Exchange of Notes relative to Cabotage between Belgium and Sardinia, signed at Turin, 19 October 1855

Exchange of Notes between Portugal and Spain respecting Pilotage Dues, signed at Madrid, 4 May 1906

Exchange of Notes between Italy and Portugal respecting Copyright, signed 12 May 1906

Commercial Exchange of Notes between Italy and Montenegro, signed at Cettinje, 21/22 December 1903

Exchange of Notes between Germany and Spain respecting Commercial Relations, signed at Madrid, 12 February 1899

Exchange of Notes between Portugal and Spain respecting Military Service, signed at Lisbon, 26 January 1901

Commercial Exchange of Notes between Bulgaria and the Netherlands, signed at Constantinople, 24 June 1897

Exchange of Notes between Great Britain and Portugal respecting Manicaland, signed at London, 12 November 1894

Exchange of Notes between Brazil and Venezuela respecting Diplomatic Bags, signed at Caracas, 3 June 1919

Exchange of Notes between Bulgaria and Germany respecting Transitional Matters, signed at Berlin, 29 September 1911

Exchange of Notes between France and Germany respecting Motor Traffic, signed at Berlin, 21 January 1914

Exchange of Notes between Belgium and Canada regarding Trade Relations, signed at Ottawa, 6 June 1910

Exchange of Notes between Bolivia and Uruguay respecting Diplomatic Bags, signed 16/20 April 1917

Exchange of Notes between Sweden and Tuscany, signed at Florence, 5/6 May 1819

Exchange of Notes between Parma and Sweden, signed at Florence, 6/22 May 1819

 

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‘The treaty concluded in the form of an exchange of notes or letters is, in modern times, the most frequently used device for formally recording the agreement of two governments ...

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