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DECLARATIONS
LODGED BY IRELAND UNDER THE CAPE TOWN CONVENTION AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION

 

 

(1) In accordance with Article 39 of the Cape Town Convention, it is declared-

 

(a) that when, under a law of the State, a non-consensual right or interest (other than a right or interest to which Article 40 of the Cape Town Convention applies) has priority over an interest in an object equivalent to that of the holder of a registered international interest, that right or interest has priority over a registered international interest, whether in or outside insolvency proceedings, and

 

(b) that if-

 

(i) the State or any State entity, or

 

(ii) any intergovernmental organisation of which the State or any such entity is a member, or 

 

(iii) any private provider, 

 

has provided a public service, nothing in that Convention affects the right of the State, entity, organisation or provider to arrest or detain, in accordance with the laws of the State, an object for the payment of amounts owed to the State or any such entity, organisation or provider for those services in respect of that object or another object.

 

 

(2) In accordance with subarticle 2 of Article 54 of the Cape Town Convention, it is declared that a creditor who wishes to exercise a remedy that is available to the creditor under a provision of that Convention is not required to make an application to the High Court for leave to exercise that remedy unless the provision expressly requires the creditor to make such an application.

 

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Finance Committee
89th session
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Factoring Model Law Working
Group  - 1st session
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6th Workshop for the Economic Assessment of International Commercial Law Reform Project
(Postponed to 8 September 2020, Cambridge, UK)

 

4th Workshop for the project on Best Practices in the Field of Electronic Registry Design and Operation
(Postponed to 9 September 2020, Cambridge, UK)

 

9th Annual Cape Town Convention Academic Conference
(10-11 September 2020, Cambridge, UK)

 

 

 

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