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Helsinki Final Act (1975)

Camelot, The Final Act

Helsinki Final Act

Book IX International Transactions, 37 Treaties and Other International Instruments—III Act, General Act, Final Act, Modus Vivendi, Compromis (Special Agreement)

Final Act for Frontier Delimitation between Austria, France and Sardinia, signed at Peschiera, 16 June 1860

Final Act Embodying the Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations (World Trade Organisation [WTO]) 1867 UNTS 14

Final Act for the Delimitation of the International Frontier in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, signed at Bayonne, 11 July 1868

Final Act for the Delimitation of the Frontier between Austria-Hungary and Italy, signed at Venice, 22 December 1867

Final Act of the Conference on the Affairs of Samoa between Germany, Great Britain and the United States, signed at Berlin, 14 June 1889

Final Act of the Mixed Commission appointed for the Verification of the Frontier in Asia between France, Great Britain, Russia and Turkey, signed at Constantinople, 5 December 1857

Final Act of the International Military Commission (Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Russia) for the Settlement of the Greco-Turkish Frontier, signed at Volo, 14 November 1881

Final Act between Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Russia and Turkey fixing the Greco-Turkish Frontier, signed at Constantinople, 27 November 1881

Nationality Act Case (“Case to seek revocation of the disposition of issuance of a written deportation order’), X v Japan, Final judgment, Minshu Vol 62, no 6, p1367, ILDC 1814 (JP 2008), 4th June 2008, Supreme Court

 

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A document containing a formal summary of the proceedings of an international conference. The signature appended to the final act is not regarded as binding on the signatory state with regard to the treaties it refers to. For the document to be binding, a separate signature is required followed by ratification. In rare circumstances, the final act can constitute a treaty.

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