Self-Executing Treaty

Author:Jeffrey Lehman, Shirelle Phelps
 
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A compact between two nations that is effective immediately without the need for ancillary legislation.

A treaty is ordinarily considered self-executing if it provides adequate rules by which given rights may be enjoyed or imposed duties may be enforced. Conversely it is generally not self-executing when it merely indicates principles without providing...

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