The termination of a treaty1 or the withdrawal of a party may take place in conformity with the provisions of the treaty2 or, at any time, by consent of all the parties after consultation with the other contracting states3. Thus, a treaty concluded for a certain time will terminate when that period expires; equally, if there is a clause permitting a party to denounce the treaty or to withdraw from it, denunciation or withdrawal in accordance with that clause will produce a termination of the treaty obligations for the party concerned. If there is no such clause, a treaty
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