Convention and statute on the international regime of maritime ports, 1923
This statute does not prescribe the rights and duties of belligerents and neutrals in time of war.
The statute shall
, however, continue in force in time of war so far as such rights and duties permit.
The Contracting States undertake to introduce into those conventions in force on December 9, 1923, which contravene
the provisions of this statute
soon as circumstances permit
, and in any case on
the expiry of such conventions
, the modifications required to bring them into
harmony with such provisions
so far as the geographical
, economic or technical circumstances of the countries or areas concerned allow.
The same shall apply to concessions granted before December 9, 1923, for the total or partial exploitation of maritime ports.
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