New Zealand accepts Hague Conference Statute

By Note dated 5 February 2002, the Embassy of New Zealand at The Hague informed the depositary of the Hague Conventions, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, that it had accepted the Hague Conference Statute. New Zealand is the fifty-eighth State to join the Hague Conference on private international law, and is already a Party to the Hague Conventions on legalisation, child...

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South Africa accepts Hague Conference Statute

On Thursday, 14 February 2002, South Africa, after having been admitted as a new Member State, accepted the Statute of the Hague Conference and has thus become the 59th Member State of the Organisation. South Africa was already a Party to the Hague Conventions on the form of wills, on legalisation, on obtaining of evidence abroad, and on child abduction. ...

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Sixty Member States for the Hague Conference

On Wednesday, 29 May 2002, Panama, after having been admitted as a new Member State, accepted the Statute of the Hague Conference and has thus become the 60th Member State of the Organisation. Panama was already a Party to the Hague Conventions on legalisation, on child abduction, and on intercountry adoption. The Hague Conference has now 9 Member States in Latin America....

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Albania joins the Hague Conference

On Tuesday, 4 June 2002, Albania, after having been admitted as a new Member State, accepted the Statute of the Hague Conference and has thus become the 61st Member State of the Organisation. Albania was already a Party to the Hague Convention on intercountry adoption. ...

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Morocco ratifies the 1996 Protection of Children Convention

On 22 August 2002, Morocco deposited with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands its instrument of ratification of the Hague Convention of 19 October 1996 on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Co-operation in respect of Parental Responsibility and Measures for the Protection of Children. Morocco became thus the first Muslim State to ratify a...

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Secretary General of Hague Conference on private international law visits Hungary

From 17-19 November 2002, the Secretary General of the Hague Conference on private international law, Mr Hans van Loon, paid an official visit to Budapest.Mr Van Loon met with the President of the Republic of Hungary, Dr Ferenc Mádl, at the Houses of Parliament. In the 1980s, Dr Mádl had represented Hungary at the negotiations in The Hague which led to the adoption by the Sixteenth Diplomatic...

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Conclusion of the XIXth Diplomatic Session

PRESS RELEASE - LEGAL New Hague Convention increases legal certainty for cross-border securities transactions The Hague, 13 December 2002 – For the financial markets, the exposures involved in cross-border securities transactions are extremely large – with securities worth hundreds of billions of dollars, Euros and Yen provided cross-border every day as collateral all around the globe. Until...

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