Unless a different intention appears from the treaty1 or is otherwise established, a treaty is binding upon each party in respect of its entire territory2. In the past, because of the constitutional complexities involved in legislating for overseas territories, the United Kingdom made a practice of procuring the insertion in its treaties of territorial application clauses, although territorial application clauses are now less common in modern multilateral treaties
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