Malta Sample Clauses

Malta. The Government of Malta fully recognizes the competence of the Committee against Torture as specified in article 21, paragraph 1, and article 22, paragraph 1, of the Convention. Mexico 15 March 2002 The United Mexican States recognizes as duly binding the competence of the Committee against Torture, established by article 17 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1984. Pursuant to Article 22 of the Convention, the United Mexican States declares that it recognizes the competence of the Committee to receive and consider communications from or on behalf of individuals subject to its jurisdiction who claim to be victims of a violation by a State Party of the provisions of the Convention.
Malta. 8 May 2007 a Bulgaria ......................... 12 May 1995 a Croatia3 .......................... 23 Nov 1992 d Cyprus............................ 19 Apr 2004 a Czech Republic4 ............ 2 Jun 1993 d Denmark ........................ 1 Jul 1981 a Estonia ........................... 25 Jun 1996 a Finland ........................... 28 Feb 1979 a France 13 Dec 1957 2 Feb 1960 Georgia .......................... 19 Sep 2016 a Germany5,6 13 Dec 1957 1 Dec 0000 Xxxxxx ............................ 27 May 1988 a Hungary ......................... 19 Jul 1979 a Iceland ........................... 24 Feb 2011 a Ireland............................ 12 Oct 2006 a Italy 13 Dec 1957 3 Jun 1963 Kazakhstan..................... 26 Jul 2001 a Switzerland .................... 6 Nov 1957 20 Jun 1972 Tajikistan ....................... 28 Dec 2011 a Participant1 Signature Accession(a), Succession(d), Ratification Participant1 Signature Accession(a), Succession(d), Ratification Tunisia ........................... 3 Sep 2008 a Turkey............................ 22 Feb 2010 a Ukraine .......................... 1 May 2000 a United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland....... 1 Oct 1957 29 Jun 0000 Xxxxxxxxxx ..................... 24 Jan 2020 a Declarations and Reservations (Unless otherwise indicated, the declarations and reservations were made upon ratification, accession or succession.)
Malta. In the application of paragraph 5 of Article III of the Convention the period allowed by the Government of Malta for re-exportation of samples which qualify for exemption from import duties under that Article, should be three months which may be extended on sufficient cause being shown."
Malta. Biscuits 10% ad valorem. Xxxxxx 1s. per litre. Flour 2s. per 100 kilograms. Milk, condensed and powdered 10% ad valorem.
Malta. Biscuits 1 0 % a d valorem. Xxxxxx 1s. per litre. Flour 2s. per 100 kilograms. Milk, condensed and powdered 1 0 % a d valorem.
Malta. On September 21, 1964 Malta attained fully responsible status within the British Common- wealth (Malta Independence Act, 1964). By an exchange of letters dated December 31, 1964 between the Government of the United King- dom and the Government of Malta, it was agreed that all obligations and responsibilities of the Government of the United Kingdom which arise from any valid international instru- ment shall, as from September 21, 1964, be as- sumed by the Government of Malta insofar as such instruments may be held to have applica- tion to Malta. Also, rights and benefits here- tofore enjoyed by the Government of the United Kingdom in virtue of the application of any such international instrument to Malta shall, as from September 21, 1964, be enjoyed by the Government of Malta. AVIATION Arrangement between the United States and the United Kingdom relating to pilot licenses to operate civil aircraft. Exchange of notes at Washington March 28 and April 5, 1935; ap- plicable to Xxxxx Xxx 0, 0000. 00 Xxxx. 0000; EAS 77; 12 Xxxxxx 513; 162
Malta. (i) Any Guarantor incorporated under the laws of Malta (the “Maltese Guarantor”) hereby expressly acknowledges and agrees that the choice of the law of the State of New York as the law in accordance with which this Guaranty shall be governed is a valid choice of law under the laws of Malta, and should be recognised and applied by the courts of Malta to the extent that such laws are not deemed to be against Maltese public policy.
Malta. (i) The period allowed by law for re-exportation of goods released on temporary importation is three months but this period may be extended on sufficient cause being shown. (ii) If the whole quantity of goods is not taken out of Malta the deposit made to cover duty shall be forfeited.
Malta. Baxter and Allegiance hereby agree to take any and all actions necessary to effect the transfer to AHII of all of the right, title and interest in Eurovac Ltd., a Malta corporation ("Eurovac") held by Xxxxxx X.X., a Belgium corporation ("Baxter Belgium"), as follows: