Convention concerning customs facilities for touring, New York, 4th June, 1954.
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Convention concerning customs facilities for touring, New York, 4th June, 1954. by United Nations Conference on Customs Formalities for the Temporary Importation of Private Road Motor Vehicles and for Tourism New York 1954.

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Published by Stationery Office in Dublin .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Customs administration and tourism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Series[Ireland (Eire). Treaties, etc.] Treaty series,, 1967, no. 18
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX640.I7 A3 1967, no. 18
The Physical Object
Pagination10 p.
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5243568M
LC Control Number75315247

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This Convention shall be open for signature until 31 December on behalf of any State Member of the United Nations and any other State invited to attend the United Nations Conference on Customs Formalities for the Temporary Importation of Private Road Motor Vehicles and for Tourism held in New York in May and June , hereinafter referred. Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the Importation of Tourist Publicity Documents and Material. New York, 4 June Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring. New York, 4 June C om m unication: Portugal .. 13 Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the Importation of Tourist Publicity Documents and Material. Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring (New York, 4 June ) Ibid., vol. , No. , p. Additional Protocol to the above-mentioned Convention, relating to the importation of: tourist publicity documents and materials (New York, 4 June ) Ibid., and vol. , p.

Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring. New York, 4 June Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the Importation of Tourist Publicity Documents and Material. New York, 4 June HAVING REGARD TO the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring and the Customs Convention on the Temporary Importation of Private Road Vehicles, both done at New York on 4 June ; CONSIDERING that unlike the Draft International Customs Convention on Touring brought into provisional application by the Agreement of 16 June , the. Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the Importation of Tourist Publicity Documents and Material. Done at: New York. Date enacted: In force: Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring. Done at New York, on 4 June ; and Additional Protocol to the above-mentioned Convention, relating to.

Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, signed in New York on 4 June English: French: Status and Contracting Parties: Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the importation of tourist publicity documents and material, signed in New York on 4 June The Convention was concluded in New York City on 4 June at the same conference the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring was concluded. The Convention entered into force on 15 December It was signed by 32 states and as of has 80 parties, which includes 79 United Nations member states plus the European Union. Convention relating to the importation of tourist publicity documents in the United States Date Place of Signature:New York Current Depositary:UN United Kingdom’s Position:Party Application to UK:By Ratification: Text:TS 70/; Cmnd. Territorial Provision. • Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, • Additional Protocol to the Convention concerning Customs Facilities for Touring, relating to the importation of tourist publicity documents and material, New York, 4 June , the Customs Convention on the.