International Conventions. 1. Without prejudice of the rights and obligations contained in this Chapter, the Parties reaffirm their existing rights and obligations, including the right to apply the exceptions and to make use of the flexibilities, under the TRIPS Agreement, and any other multilateral agreement related to intellectual property and agreements administered under the auspices of the World Intellectual Property Organization (hereinafter referred to as “WIPO”) to which they are party, in particular the following:
International Conventions. The parties agree that the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply in any respect to this Agreement or the parties hereunder.
International Conventions. 1. The Parties to this Agreement shall comply with the obligations set out in the following multilateral agreements: - WTO Agreement of 15 April 1994 on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement); - Paris Convention of 20 March 1883 for the Protection of Industrial Property (Stockholm Act, 1967); - Bern Convention of 9 September 1886 for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (Paris Act, 1971).
International Conventions. Each Party reaffirms its obligation to the TRIPS Agreement, which is hereby incorporated into and made part of this Agreement. The Parties also reaffirm their obligations set out in the following multilateral agreements relating to intellectual property rights to which both are parties:
International Conventions. This Agreement shall not prevent the mandatory provisions of International Conventions relating to matters dealt with in this Agreement, provided that the dispute arise exclusively between parties to a contract of carriage having their principal place of business in States Parties to such Conventions.
International Conventions. The Parties confirm their intention to continue their efforts to implement, from a rights perspective, their respective international commitments on gender. In particular, those priority agreements related to equal pay for men and women, maternity protection, reconciliation of work and family life, decent work for domestic workers, family responsibility, among others.
International Conventions. Neither the Sale of Goods Act 1986 (Qld)) (or similar legislation in any other jurisdictions) nor any international conventions or recognised customs in relation to rules that may otherwise apply for or in respect to the international sale of goods, have any application to any matter in connection with the Agreement.