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AGLC4 referencing style: Treaties

This guide provides basic information on formatting references according to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th ed.)

Treaties

How to cite a Treaty:

Example 1 (Bilateral and Trilateral Treaties) Note: Include the names of the Parties Agreement for Air Services between and Beyond their Respective Territory ,  Australia-Indonesia, signed 7 March 1969, 684 UNTS 201 (entered into force 7 March 1969) art 2
Example 2 (Multilateral Treaty) Note: There is no need to include the names of the Parties International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination,     opened for signature 7 March 1966, 660 UNTS 1 (entered into force 4 Jan 1969) art 3
A Treaty Citation consists of the following Elements Treaty Title Parties' Names Date Opened for Signature or Signed Treaty Series Date of Entry into Force Pinpoint
AGLC4 Rule 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.3 8.7

For more information on how to cite a Treaty please refer to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4: Rule 8 - pages 133 - 141.

For a full overview of the manner in which you can reference International Materials using Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4, please see:

  • PART IV - INTERNATIONAL MATERIALS: pages 133 - 210
  • PART V - FOREIGN DOMESTIC MATERIALS: pages 211 - 296

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