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Paragraphs in "Provisional Understanding Regarding Deep Seabed Matters" coded as IMPL

Label Provision
Art.2 Paragraph 2
Art.2.1x 2. The Parties shall, as far as possible process applications without delay. To this end, each Party shall, with reasonable dispatch make an initial examination of each application to determine-whether it complies with requirements for minimum content of applications under its national law, and thereafter determine the applicant's eligibility for the issuance of an authorization.
Art.7 Paragraph 7
Art.7.1 7. (1) The rights and interests of an applicant or of the grantee of an authorization may be transferred, in whole or in part, consistent with national law. Subject to national law, the rights, interests, and obligations of the transferee shall be as set forth in an agreement between the transferor and the transferee.
Art.7.2 (2) For the purposes of this Agreement, the transferee is deemed to stand in the same position as that of the transferor for his rights and interests including the right of priority to the extent those rights and interests represent in whole or in part the original rights and interests of the transferor.
Art.9 Paragraph 9
Art.9.1x 9. The Parties shall implement this Agreement in accordance with relevant national laws and regulations.
Art.14 Paragraph 14
Art.14.1 14. (1) A Party may denounce this Agreement by written notice to all other Parties, subject to the provisions of paragraph 6. Such denunciation shall become effective 180 days-from the date of the latest receipt of such notice.
Art.14.2 (2) A Party may, for good cause related to the implementation of this Agreement, after consultation, serve written notice on another Party that, from a date not less than 90 days thereafter it will cease to give effect to paragraph 1 of this Agreement in respect of such other Party. The rights and obligations of these two Parties towards the other Parties remain unaffected by such notice.
Art.14.3 (3) Subsequent to such notice referred to in subparagraphs (1) and (2) , the Parties concerned shall seek, to the extent-possible, to mitigate adverse effects resulting therefrom.