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Caribbean Integration Law$
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David S. Berry

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199670079

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670079.001.0001

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Final Provisions of the Treaties

Final Provisions of the Treaties

(p.107) 5 Final Provisions of the Treaties
Caribbean Integration Law

David S Berry

Oxford University Press

Chapter 5 examines the legal personalities of both CARICOM and the OECS (international and national). It highlights the treaty-making competences of the two regional organizations and their rights of active and passive legation. It examines the headquarters arrangements of CARICOM and the OECS, and compares their privileges and immunities regimes. It highlights the challenges raised by the use of diplomatic privileges and immunities by the OECS and by the non-ratification of agreements by CARICOM Member States. It examines the final provisions of the RTC and RTB, including those governing how the two treaties may enter into force, be amended or be subject to reservation. It looks at questions of accession and withdrawal, and the consequences of withdrawal. It highlights the requirement for transformation of decisions of organs in CARICOM.

Keywords:   legal personality, treaty-making powers, legation, headquarters, privileges and immunities, accession, amendment, reservations, withdrawal, transformation

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