Conferral of Powers by States as a Basis of Obligation of International Organisations

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

The article examines some traditional forms of conferral of powers on international organisations – by international treaties (“common” international treaties and constituent international treaties that can form the basis for further delegation) and for supranational law-making. The main conclusion is that although the agreed norms may be construed in the application processes, the formal determination of powers remains the formal basis of action.

Conferral of Powers by States as a Basis of Obligation of International Organisations

in Nordic Journal of International Law

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