Presentation on theme: "THE 1929 WARSAW CONVENTION Convention pour l’Unification de Certaines Règles relatives au Transport Aérien International Convention for the Unification."— Presentation transcript:
THE 1929 WARSAW CONVENTION Convention pour l’Unification de Certaines Règles relatives au Transport Aérien International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to International Carriage by Air
‘Warsaw Treaties’ 1705: Treaty of Warsaw between the Swedish Empire and the Polish- Lithuanian Commonwealth 1745: Treaty of Warsaw between Great Britain, Austria, the Dutch Republic and Saxony, to uphold the pragmatic sanction enabling their favored candidate Maria Theresa to take the throne of the Austrian Empire 1955: Treaty of Warsaw, better known as Warsaw Pact
The origin of the 1929 Warsaw Convention 1923: proposal by French government for a conference on liability of air carriers 1925: first International Conference on Private Air Law, in Paris; “draft Convention relating to the liability of the carrier in international carriage by aircraft” led to: 1926: Committee of experts “Comité International Technique d’Experts Juridiques Aériens” (C.I.T.E.J.A) : C.I.T.E.J.A. prepared new draft convention, to be submitted to new conference 1929 (Warsaw, 4-12 Oct): Conference taking place on the initiative of the Polish Government adoption of the Convention for the unification of certain rules relating to international carriage by air 1933: Entry into force of the Warsaw Convention
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