Las Partes contratantes de este Convenio que también revisten la calidad de Miembro de la HCCH (es decir, de la Organización) figuran en negrita, mientras que las que no son Miembros figuran en cursiva.

Parte contratante F 1 R/A/S2 Tipo3 VIG4 EXT5 Aut6 Res/D/N/CD7
Bélgica 24-III-1976
Croacia 22-I-1994 Su 8-X-1991
Eslovenia 8-VI-1992 Su 25-VI-1991
España 11-III-1987 23-XI-1988 R 1-II-1989 Res
Finlandia 10-VIII-1992 10-VIII-1992 R 1-XI-1992
Francia 18-XII-1973 19-VII-1977 R 1-X-1977
Italia 6-II-1975
Luxemburgo 2-X-1973 31-V-1985 R 1-VIII-1985
Montenegro 1-III-2007 Su 3-VI-2006
Noruega 2-X-1973 13-X-1976 R 1-X-1977 Res 16
Países Bajos 2-X-1973 27-VI-1979 R 1-IX-1979 4 N
Portugal 10-X-1973
República de Macedonia del Norte 20-IX-1993 Su 17-XI-1991
Serbia 29-IV-2001 Su 27-IV-1992

Type

Croacia Tipo Sucesión

One of the successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which became a Party to the Convention on 1 October 1977. On 22 January 1994 the Republic of Croatia declared itself to be bound by the Convention with effect as from 8 October 1991.
No objection has been received from the Contracting States.

Eslovenia Tipo Sucesión

One of the successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which became a Party to the Convention on 1 October 1977. On 8 June 1992 the Republic of Slovenia declared itself to be bound by the Convention.
No objection has been received from the Contracting States.

Montenegro Tipo Sucesión

One of the successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which became a Party to the Convention on 1 October 1977.
By letter received by the depositary on 26 April 2001, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (since 4 February 2003 called "Serbia and Montenegro") declared itself to be bound by the Convention. No objection has been received from the Contracting States.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, depositary of the Hague Conventions, has notified the Member States of the Hague Conference on 5 July 2006 that "Following the declaration of the state independence of Montenegro, and under the Article 60 of the Constitutional Charter of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, the Republic of Serbia is continuing international personality of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, which was confirmed also by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia at its session held on 5 June 2006."On 1 March 2007 the Republic of Montenegro declared itself to be bound by the Convention: "... the Government of the Republic of Montenegro succeeds to the Convention on the Law Applicable to Products Liability, concluded at The Hague on 2 October 1973, and takes faithfully to perform and carry out the stipulations therein contained as from 3 June 2006, the date upon which the Republic of Montenegro assumed responsibility for its international relations." No objection has been received from the other Contracting States.

República de Macedonia del Norte Tipo Sucesión

One of the successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which became a Party to the Convention on 1 October 1977. On 20 September 1993, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia declared itself to be bound by the Convention.
By letter dated 30 November 1993, the Ambassador of Greece to the Netherlands informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands that His Government does not recognize The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and consequently does not consider itself to be bound by the Conventions to which the latter is a Party.
No objection has been received from the other Contracting States.

Serbia Tipo Sucesión

One of the successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which became a Party to the Convention on 1 October 1977. By letter received by the depositary on 26 April 2001, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia declared itself to be bound by the Convention.
No objection has been received from the Contracting States.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, depositary of the Hague Conventions, has notified the Member States of the Hague Conference on 5 July 2006 that "Following the declaration of the state independence of Montenegro, and under the Article 60 of the Constitutional Charter of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, the Republic of Serbia is continuing international personality of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, which was confirmed also by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia at its session held on 5 June 2006."


Res/D/N

España Artículos Reservas

"España declara reservarse el derecho a no aplicar el Convenio a los productos agrícolas brutos."

(Translation)
Spain declares to reserve the right not to apply this Convention to raw agricultural products.

Noruega Artículos Reservas

"Norway will, in accordance with Article 16, first paragraph, sub-paragraph 1, reserve herself as far as the application of Article 8, paragraph 9, of the Convention is concerned."

Países Bajos Artículos Notificaciones

Declaration of 18 October 2010

The Kingdom of the Netherlands consisted of three parts: the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. The Netherlands Antilles consisted of the islands of Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.
With effect from 10 October 2010, the Netherlands Antilles ceased to exist as a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Since that date, the Kingdom consists of four parts: the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. Curaçao and Sint Maarten enjoy internal self-government within the Kingdom, as Aruba and, up to 10 October 2010, the Netherlands Antilles do.
These changes constitute a modification of the internal constitutional relations within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Kingdom of the Netherlands will accordingly remain the subject of international law with which agreements are concluded. The modification of the structure of the Kingdom will therefore not affect the validity of the international agreements ratified by the Kingdom for the Netherlands Antilles. These agreements, including any reservations made, will continue to apply to Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
The other islands that have formed part of the Netherlands Antilles - Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba - became part of the Netherlands, thus constituting 'the Caribbean part of the Netherlands'. The agreements that applied 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.