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European Convention on the abolition of legalisation of documents executed by diplomatic agents or consular officers
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Geschiedenis

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Artikel 5 Europese Overeenkomst inzake de afschaffing van legalisatie van stukken opgemaakt door diplomatieke of consulaire ambtenaren, Londen, 07-06-1968

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The member States of the Council of Europe, signatory hereto,
Considering that the aim of the Council of Europe is to achieve a greater unity between its Members;
Considering that relations between the member States, as well as relations between their diplomatic agents or consular officers, are increasingly based on mutual trust;
Considering that the abolition of legalisation is likely to strengthen the ties between the member States by making it possible to use foreign documents in the same manner as documents emanating from national authorities;
Convinced of the need to abolish the requirement of legalisation of documents executed by their diplomatic agents or consular officers,
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This Convention shall, as between the Contracting Parties, prevail over the provisions of any treaties, conventions or agreements which provide, or shall provide, for legalisation of the authenticity of the signature of a diplomatic agent or consular officer, the capacity in which such person signing the document has acted, and, where appropriate, the identity of the seal or stamp which the document bears.