May preparatory Work be Used to Correct Rather than Confirm the "Clear" Meaning of a Treaty Provision?
Article from: TDM 5 (2005), in International Law
The point of this paper is that preparatory work may be used to correct as well as confirm the
"clear" meaning of the provision of a treaty.
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S.M. Schwebel; "May preparatory Work be Used to Correct Rather than Confirm the "Clear" Meaning of a Treaty Provision?"
TDM 5 (2005), www.transnational-dispute-management.com