The term 'international legal person' denotes a type of entity1 or a sui generis entity2 which bears rights, obligations or both under international law. The mere enjoyment of international legal personality does not imply that the type of entity or particular entity bears the same rights or obligations under customary3 international law as another type of or particular international legal person. Different international legal persons have different customary international rights and obligations
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