CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Treaties and Conventions Revision (Page 1 of 6)

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Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations

(1961) This treaty was made to establish diplomatic relations between all the countries without one country fearing of harassed or coercion by another country.

Bretton Woods Agreement

(1944) It was due to this treaty that IMF and IBRD were established to maintain financial relations between all the countries. This treaty was signed at Bretton Woods Conference in New Hampshire, USA.

Treaty of Bern

(1874) This treaty established, what is now known as Universal Postal Union to unite all postal services so that mail can be exchanged freely among all countries.

International Opium Convention

(1912) This treaty signed at Hague was the primary international drugs control treaty which required signatories to control persons and the places where these drugs are manufacturing, selling, distributing drugs as morphine, cocaine.

Paris Convention

(for the Protection of Industrial Property) (1883) This treaty set up, what is known as ‘Paris convention priority right’ or ‘Union priority right’, provides a person who apllies from one contracting state to use its first filing date in another

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