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  • ilcEighth Report on State Responsibility of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Roberto Ago” A/CN.4/318 and Add.1-4 (24 January 5 February and 15 June 1979) reproduced in: YILC [1979/II Part One]: 3.

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  • ilcFirst Report on International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law, Relating to the Legal Regime for Allocation of Loss in Case of Transboundary Harm by Mr. Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao, Special Rapporteur” A/CN.4/531 (21 March 2003) reproduced in: YILC [2003/II Part One]: 71.

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  • ilcFirst Report on Responsibility of International Organizations by the Special Rapporteur, Mr. G. Gaja” A/CN.4/532 (26 March 2003).

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  • ilcFragmentation of International Law: Difficulties arising from the Diversification and Expansion of International Law, Report of the Study Group of the International Law Commission” A/CN.4/L.682 (13 April 2006).

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  • ilcInternational Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law (International Liability in Case of Loss from Transboundary Harm Arising out of Hazardous Activities) with Commentaries” YILC [2006/II Part Two]: 56.

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  • ilcInternational Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law, Report of the Working Group” A/CN.4/L.536 (17 June 1997).

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  • ilcPreliminary Report on International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Robert Q. Quentin-Baxter” A/CN.4/334 Add.1 Add.1/Corr.1 and Add.2 (24 and 27 June and 4 July 1980) reproduced in: YILC [1980/II Part One]: 247.

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  • ilcReport of the International Law Commission Covering its 53rd Session” A/56/10 (2011) reproduced in: YILC [2001/II Part Two]: 1.

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  • ilcSecond Report on International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law (International Liability in Case of Loss from Transboundary Harm Arising out of Hazardous Activities), by Mr. Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao, Special Rapporteur” A/CN.4/540 (15 March 2004) reproduced in: YILC [2004/II Part One]: 63.

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  • ilcSecond Report on State Responsibility by the Special Rapporteur, Mr. R. Ago” A/CN.4/233 (20 April 1970) reproduced in: YILC [1970/II]: 177.

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  • ilcSecond Report on State Responsibility of the Special Rapporteur Mr. James Crawford” A/CN.4/498 Add.1–4 (17 March 1 and 30 April 19 July 1999).

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  • ilcSeventh Report on International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Julio Barboza” A/CN.4/437 and Corr.1 (16 April 1991) reproduced in: YILC [1991/II Part One]: 71.

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  • ilcSixth Report on State Responsibility of the Special Rapporteur Mr. Roberto Ago” A/CN.4/302 and Add.1–3 (15 April 7 June 5 and 14 July 1977) reproduced in: yilc [1977/II Part One]: 4.

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  • ilcSummary Record of the 1202nd Meeting” A/CN.4/SR.1202 (9 May 1973).

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  • ilcSummary Record of the 2023rd Meeting” A/CN.4/SR.2023 (30 June 1987).

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  • ilcSummary Record of the 2183rd Meeting” A/CN.4/SR.2183 (29 June 1990).

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  • ilcSummary Record of the 28th Meeting” A/CN.4/SR.28 (26 May 1949) reproduced in: YILC [1949/I]: 200.

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  • ilcTenth Report on International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Julio Barboza” A/CN.4/459 (4 April 1994) reproduced in: YILC [1994/II Part One]: 129.

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  • ilcThird Report on State Responsibility of the Special Rapporteur Mr. Roberto Ago” A/CN.4/246 and Add 1–3 (5 March 7 April 28 April and 18 May 1971) reproduced in: YILC [1971/II Part One]: 199.

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  • ilcThird Report on the Legal Regime for Allocation of Loss in Case of Transboundary Harm Arising out of Hazardous Activities by Special Rapporteur, Mr. Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao” A/CN.4/566 (7 May 2006).

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  • imoAdoption of Amendments of the Limitation Amounts in the Protocol of 1992 to Amend the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damageimo Resolution leg.1(82) (18 October 2000).

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  • ungaResolution 61/105: Sustainable Fisheries, Including through the 1995 Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 Relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks, and Related Instruments” A/res/61/105 (6 March 2007).

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  • ungaResolution 70/1: Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” A/RES/70/1 (25 September 2015).

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