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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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Scope of application of the Convention Article Immunity of cultural property under special protection The High Contracting Parties undertake to ensure the immunity of cultural property under special protection by refraining, from the time of entry in the International Register, from any act of hostility directed against such property and, except for the cases provided for in paragraph 5 of Article 8, from any use of such property or its surroundings for military purposes.

This Protocol shall be applied with the co-operation of the Protecting Powers responsible for safeguarding the interests of the Parties to the conflict. The denunciation shall take effect one year after the receipt of the instrument of denunciation. The State addressed shall provide at least the same range of enforcement methods for cases under the Convention as are available in domestic cases.

If the Central Authority considers that the request does not comply with the provisions of the present Convention, it shall promptly inform the authority of the State of origin which transmitted the Letter of Request, specifying the objections to the Letter.

The Parties to a conflict shall ensure the immunity of cultural property under enhanced protection by refraining from making such property the object of attack from any use of the property or its immediate surroundings in support of military action. An inspector shall be responsible only to the Commissioner-General.

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Organization of control As soon as any High Contracting Party is engaged in an armed conflict to which Article 18 of the Convention applies: Any fact which may be invoked by a national habitually resident in such State to obtain release from arrest or detention may be invoked aaj the same effect by a national of a Contracting State or a person habitually resident in a Contracting State even if the fact occurred abroad.

The requested Central Authority refuses to process this application as it is manifest that the requirements of the Convention are not fulfilled Art. In the relations between Powers which are bound by the Conventions of The Hague concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land IV and concerning Naval Bombardment in Time of War IXwhether those of 29 July, or those of 18 October,and which are Parties to the present Convention, this last Convention shall be aua to the aforementioned Convention IX and to the Regulations annexed to the aforementioned Convention IV and shall substitute for the emblem described in Article 5 of the aforementioned Convention IX the emblem described in Article 16 of the present Convention, in cases in which the present Convention and the Regulations for its execution provide for the use of this distinctive emblem.


Procedure to obtain immunity 1. The Committee shall convenzioje with international and national governmental and non-governmental organizations having objectives similar to those of the Convention, its First Protocol and this Protocol.

Enhanced protection shall be granted to cultural property by the Committee from the moment of its entry in the List. Article 2 – Relation to the Convention.

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Any authority processing information shall ensure its confidentiality in accordance with the law of its State. CHAPTER 2 General provisions regarding protection Article 5 – Safeguarding of cultural property Preparatory measures taken in time of peace for the safeguarding of cultural property against the foreseeable effects of an armed conflict pursuant to Article 3 of the Convention shall include, as appropriate, the preparation of inventories, the planning of emergency measures for protection against fire or structural collapse, the preparation for the removal of movable cultural property or the provision for adequate in situ protection of such property, and the designation of competent authorities responsible for the safeguarding of cultural property.

To this end the Parties shall, as appropriate: There may be placed under special protection a limited number of refuges intended to shelter movable cultural property in the event of armed conflict, of centers containing monuments and other immovable cultural property of very great importance, provided that they: The distinctive emblem may be used alone only as a means of identification of: Any such objection shall be notified to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Article 41 – Ratification, acceptance or approval.

Accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument of accession with the Director-General. Respect for aha property 1. If one of the High Contracting Parties commits, in respect of any item of cultural property under special protection, a violation of the obligations under Article 9, the opposing Party shall, so long as this violation persists, be released from the obligation to ensure the immunity of the property concerned.

In addition to the provisions which shall apply in time of peace, this Protocol shall apply in situations referred to in Article 18 paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Convention and in Article 22 paragraph 1. For this purpose, each of the Protecting Powers may, either at the invitation of one Party, of the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or on its own initiative, propose to the Parties to the conflict a meeting of their representatives, and in particular of the authorities responsible for the protection of cultural property, if considered appropriate on suitably chosen neutral territory.

He shall send copies to the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, who may make use only of their technical contents. Remuneration and expenses of delegates of the Protecting Powers shall be subject to agreement between those Powers and the States whose interests they are safeguarding. Such objection shall state the reasons giving rise to it, the only, valid grounds being that: Appointment of ‘Commissioner-General 1.

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The distinctive emblem may not be placed on any immovable cultural property unless at the same time there is displayed an authorization duly dated and signed by the competent authority of the High Contracting Party. During an armed conflict, the use of the distinctive emblem in any other cases than those mentioned in the preceding paragraphs of the present Article, and the use for any purpose whatever of a sign resembling the distinctive emblem, shall be forbidden.

Article 27 – Functions 1. The denunciation shall take effect one year after the receipt of the instrument of denunciation. A majority of the members shall constitute a quorum. No special agreement may be concluded which would diminish the protection afforded by the present Convention to cultural property and to the personnel engaged in its protection.

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Article 21 – Measures regarding other violations. 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.

Article 54 Review of practical operation of the Convention.

The agreements that now apply to the Netherlands Antilles will also continue to apply to these islands; however, the Government of the Netherlands will now be responsible for implementing these agreements. Nevertheless, transport conveying cultural property to the territory of another country may not display the distinctive’ emblem unless immunity has been expressly granted to it. A decision to grant or deny enhanced protection may only be made on the basis of the criteria mentioned in Article The term “decision” also includes a settlement or agreement concluded before or approved by such an authority.

Parties which do not make extradition conditional on convehzione existence of a treaty shall recognise the offences set forth in Article 15 sub-paragraphs 1 a to c as extraditable offences between them, subject to the conditions provided by the law of the requested Party. The same applies to Letters of Request and social enquiry wja, except for fees paid to experts and interpreters.

Article 41 – Ratification, acceptance or approval 1. Parties are encouraged to give technical assistance of all kinds, through the Committee, to those Parties or parties to the conflict who request it. If the Director-General decides to proceed with the vote by correspondence, he shall invite the High Contracting Parties to transmit their votes by sealed letter within six months from the day on which they were invited to do so.

Article convdnzione – Entry into force. The Central Authority of the requested State may require a power of attorney from the applicant only if it convenzikne on his or her behalf in judicial proceedings or before other authorities, or in order to designate a representative so to act.