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What is 'Unilateral Acts'? - Legal Reasoning

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What is 'unilateral acts'?

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  • They are acts that states perform as practice in the context of custom

  • They are acts creating unilateral legal obligations to the acting state

  • Unilateral acts are simply political acts of the state devoid of any legal effect

  • Unilateral acts are those that state perform in order to be bound by a treaty

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Solution

They are acts creating unilateral legal obligations to the acting state

Concept: Law : Its Nature and Classification
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