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Commentary - Final provisions
    [p.400] FINAL PROVISIONS

    The procedural or diplomatic provisions which it is customary to place at the end of any international Convention to settle the procedure for bringing it into effect, are grouped together under this heading (1). They are similar in all four Geneva Conventions of 1949 and, except for Article 55 (Languages), correspond closely to the 1929 provisions.


    * (1) [(1) p.400] For general remarks on the final provisions of
    multilateral Conventions, see Michael BRANDON, ' Final
    Clauses in Multilateral Conventions ', in ' The
    International Law Quarterly ', October, 1951, and the
    bibliography referred to in the above article;