Revisiting the Essence of Treaty Interpretation
This chapter elaborates the legal interpretation in general and revisits the essence and features of treaty interpretation. It explains that treaty interpretation is an essential component of international judicial and quasi-judicial legal proceeding and is mostly conducted by international adjudicators for the purpose of clarifying vagueness so as to determine the rights and obligations of the disputing parties and to resolve disputes.
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