Compromissory Clause

Compromissory Clause

Definition

A clause in a treaty that gives jurisdiction to a particular international body to resolve future disputes related to the treaty. State parties to the treaty may enter a reservation excluding the application of the compromissory clause, thus indicating that the state does not accept the jurisdiction of the international body named.

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