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Council Draft No. 2 Council Draft No. 2 i (December 6, 2016)

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                                   ALI
                             THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE




              RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW FOURTH

THE FOREIGN RELATIONs LAW OF THE UNITED STATES

                                 TREATIES


Council Draft No. 2

   (December  6, 2016)


SUBJECT  COVERED


CHAPTER 2

APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B


Status of Treaties in United States Law
(§§ 102, 104-106, 110-113)
Black Letter of Council Draft No. 2
Other Relevant Black-Letter Text


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This document is submitted to the meeting of the Council of The American Law Institute on January 19-20, 2017, at
the ALI 4th floor Conference Center, 4025 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As of the date this draft was
printed, it had not been considered by the Council or membership of The American Law Institute, and therefore does
not represent the position of the Institute on any of the issues with which it deals.

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