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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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Hague Convention

The "Hague Convention" is actually a series of conventions and treaties. The U.S. is a party to some but not all of them.

The U.S. State Department posts some of the Conventions. The Hague Conference on Private International Law posts a list of all the Hague Conventions on Private Law, linking to the full text. You can also find out the Status of each convention - that is, a list of members and nonmember states, with some related information.

Some conventions are published in the United States Code at 28 USCA rule 4. The Martindale-Hubbell lawyers directory includes a few at the end of the International Law Digests.

Questions: For answers to tough questions about the Hague Conventions, call the Treaties Information Desk in the Netherlands at +31-70-3484820 (they're open up to 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time) or send an e-mail to djz-ve@djz.mibuza.nl.


See Also
Treaties - U.S.
Treaties - Foreign

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