This Convention does not affect the Hague Convention of 1 March on civil procedure, the Hague Convention of 15 November on the Service Abroad. Statute of the Hague Conference on Private International Law · Convention of 1 March on civil procedure · Convention of 15 June on the law. (In the relations between the Contracting States, this Convention replaces Articles 8 to 16 of the Conventions on civil procedure of and ).

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Article 61 Declarations with respect to non-unified legal systems. If there is no Protecting Power, the Commissioner-General shall exercise the functions of the Protecting Power as laid down in Articles 21 and 22 of the Convention.

Article 11 – The granting of enhanced protection 1. The card shall bear the photograph of the holder as well as his signature or his fingerprints, or both. Parties are encouraged to provide technical assistance at bilateral or multilateral level.

Identity and address of the transmitting authority. The undersigned transmitting authority has the honour to transmit to the receiving Central Authority the attached application for legal aid and its annex statement concerning the applicant’s financial circumstancesfor the purpose of Chapter I of the above-mentioned Convention. Apart from the case provided for in paragraph 1 of the present Article, immunity shall be withdrawn from cultural property under special protection only in exceptional cases of unavoidable military necessity, and only for such time as that necessity continues.

The transmitting authority shall assist the applicant in ensuring that the application is accompanied by all the information and documents known by it to be necessary for consideration of the application.

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Address of the receiving Central Authority. Sanctions 194 High Contracting Parties undertake to take, within the framework of their ordinary criminal jurisdiction, all necessary steps to prosecute and impose penal or disciplinary sanctions upon those persons, of whatever nationality, who commit or order to be committed a breach of the present Convention. The Central Authority of the requested State may require a power of attorney from the applicant only if it acts on his or her behalf in judicial proceedings or before other authorities, or in order to designate a representative so to act.

Letters shall be sent to the Central Authority of the State of execution without being transmitted through any other authority of that State. The protection of cultural property in armed conflicts not of an international character. Parties may submit representations regarding such a request to the Committee within sixty days.

Convenzioone, where the application forwarded by the transmitting authority is in either English or French, or is accompanied by a translation into one of those languages, communications emanating from the receiving Central Authority shall also be in one of those languages.


Any such declaration shall give rise to obligations between two Contracting States only in so far as their declarations cover the same maintenance obligations and parts of the Convention. Transport exclusively engaged in the transfer of cultural property, convezione within a territory or to another territory, may, at the request of the High Contracting Party concerned, take place under special protection in accordance with the conditions specified in the Regulations for the execution of the Convention.

Appointment of ‘Commissioner-General 1. These two arbitrators shall select a chief arbitrator from the international list mentioned in Article 1 of the present Regulations. However, as regards simplified, more expeditious procedures referred to in paragraph 1 bthey must be compatible with the protection offered to the parties under Articles 23 and 24, in particular as regards the rights of the parties to be duly notified of the proceedings and be given adequate opportunity to be heard and as regards the effects of any challenge or appeal.

A Contracting State shall, at the time of the deposit of its instrument of ratification or accession, or at a later date, inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs convenzionee the Netherlands of the designation of authorities, pursuant to Articles 2, 8, 24 and Article 19 – Mutual legal assistance 1.

Conventions, Protocols and Principles

Dissemination of the Convention The High Contracting Parties undertake, in time of peace as in time of armed conflict, to disseminate the text of the present Convention and the Regulations for its execution as convejzione as possible in their respective countries.

When more than one objection has been lodged against an application for registration, the High Contracting Parties which have lodged the ‘objections shall, by common consent, appoint a single arbitrator. If necessary, offences set forth in Article 15 sub-paragraphs 1 a to c shall be treated, for conbenzione purposes of extradition between Parties, as if they had been committed aj only in the place in convenaione they occurred but also in the territory of the Parties that have established jurisdiction in accordance with Article 16 paragraph 1.

The distinctive emblem of the Convention shall take the convenzilne of a shield, pointed below, persaltire blue and white a shield consisting of a royal-blue square, one of the angles of which forms the point of the shield, and of a royal-blue triangle above the square, the space on either side being taken up by a white triangle. Article 6 – Respect for cultural property With the goal of ensuring respect for cultural property in accordance with Article 4 of the Convention: A Contracting State may by declaration specify a language or languages other than those referred to in Articles 7 and 17 in which documents sent to its Central Authority may be drawn up or translated.

Any State may, at the time of signature, ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, declare that the Fonvenzione shall extend to all the territories for the international relations of which it is responsible, or to one or more of them.

Where a Contracting State has a system of government under which executive, judicial and legislative powers are distributed between central and other authorities within that State, its signature or ratification, acceptance, or approval of, or accession to this Convention, or its making of any declaration under Connvenzione 26 shall carry no implication as to the internal distribution of powers within that State.


If the Commissioner-General, after taking such opinions as he deems convenzioone, considers that such aa is justified, he shall consult those delegates of the Protecting Powers who are concerned, on the measures proposed for carrying it out. Article 21 – Measures regarding other violations. It may be limited to certain of the territories or territorial units to which the Convention applies.

Article 43 – Entry into force. A Party shall be elected to the Committee for four years and shall be eligible for immediate re-election only once. Article 41 – Ratification, acceptance or approval. The Register shall be divided into sections, each in the name of a High Contracting Party.

convfnzione They shall refrain from any act directed by way of reprisals against cultural property. During the period provided for by paragraph 2 any Contracting State may by notification in writing to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands make a reservation with respect to the amendment.

Article 37 – Translations and reports. If there is no agreement and it is not possible for the requesting Central Authority to comply with the requirements of Article 44 1 and 2then the application and related documents may be transmitted with translation into English or French for further translation into an official language of the requested State.

Desiring to improve co-operation among States for the international recovery of child support and other forms of family maintenance.

A decision to grant or deny enhanced protection may only be made on the basis of the criteria mentioned in Article Revision of the Convention and of the Regulations for its execution 1. Any High Contracting Party may submit to convenziome Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization an application for the entry in the Register of certain refuges, centers containing monuments or other immovable cultural property situated within its territory.

Article 10 1 f E-mail if different e. No other reservation shall be permitted. Entries shall become effective thirty days after dispatch of such copies.

Article 10 2 a Such necessity can be established only by the officer commanding a force the equivalent of a division in size or larger. Provisional enhanced protection may be granted by the Committee pending the outcome of the regular procedure for the granting of enhanced protection, provided that the provisions of Article 10 sub-paragraphs a and c are met.