The term protocol, in the context of international law, refers to the forms of ceremony and etiquette observed by diplomats and heads of state. A protocol has legal characteristics similar to those of a treaty. However, the Protocol is a less formal agreement than a treaty or agreement. In general, a protocol amends, supplements or clarifies a multilateral treaty. A protocol can deal with any subject relevant to the original treaty and is used either to deal with something more in-depth in the original treaty or main treaty, or to address a new concern. A protocol is also used to add a procedure for the application and execution of the treaty. A protocol is „optional“ because it is not automatically binding on states that have already ratified the original treaty, and to be binding, states must ratify a protocol independently. One example is the Optional Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict and on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography. The first rough draft or record of an instrument or transaction; an original copy of a shipment, contract or other document.
Brande. Document used as preparation or opening of a diplomatic transaction. In the old Scottish practice. A book, identified by the scribe`s register, and given to a notary upon admission, in which he was responsible for inserting all the instruments he could play; be kept as a register. Bell. In France, notarial deeds were simply transcribed into registers called „protocols“. Toullier, Civil Law Fr. liv. 3, T. 3. C. 6, p.
1, no. 413. Under Spanish law. The original project or script of a deed that remains in the possession of the es-cribano or notary. White. New Recop. free. 3, Tit 7, c. 5, The advantage of a protocol is that it attaches substantial importance to the specific aspects of that agreement when it is linked to parental consent. Most claims are resolved through conversations during the protocol period.
When the claims are settled, the case is closed and there are no more open questions. If the complaints are not resolved, it is up to you to decide what to do next. The disclosure and all evidence gathered will be considered, and the matter will be closed if the claim is not valid. If you are an applicant, which means that you are the person claiming something, you must follow certain protocols. If you don`t, the court may also impose penalties on you. Also, you should know that different claims have different protocols. Some of the everyday things that are done in the protocols and that are characteristic of the protocols are: Middle Protocol French, from medieval Latin protocollum, from late Greek prōtokollon first leaf of a papyrus roll bearing the date of manufacture, from Greek prōt- prot- + kollan to stick together, from glue kolla; Perhaps similar to Middle Dutch Helen to Glue legal protocol means several meanings. A legal protocol is the authentic record of a legal transaction that takes place. A primary note or letter issued and signed by diplomatic negotiators is also known as a protocol.
This is a described document that is presented at the end of a legal session to show the accuracy of the documents. A protocol may also be designated as the ministry responsible for advising the government on matters of diplomatic importance governed by international law or practice. It is also the method by which government officials are classified. As far as contract law and conditions of practice are concerned, it has the same legal characteristics as a contract. Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article on protocol In general, a protocol is a word used to approach agreements in a less formal way. A protocol corrects, completes and clarifies an international treaty. The parties to the parents` agreement may participate in the protocol. PROTOCOL, civil law, international law. A record or register. For the Romans, protocollunt was a writing at the head of the first page of paper used by notaries or tabulations. 44.
November 2. In France, notarial deeds were recorded in registers called protocols. Toull. Dr. Civ. Fr. liv. 3, T. 3, c.
6, p. 1, no. 413. In German law, it refers to the protocol of each transaction. Eneye. Bitter protocol. In the latter sense, the word has recently been incorporated into international law. Ibid.
In late Greek, the word prōtokollon referred to the first leaf of a papyrus scroll with the date of its manufacture. In some cases, it was an end sheet glued to the outside of the case of a manuscript, providing a description of its contents. Derived from the Greek prefix prōto- („first“) and the noun kolla („glue“), prōtokollon gave us our verbatim account. In its first use in the 15th century, the word referred to a prologue or preface, as well as a record of a document or transaction. In the late 19th century, it began to be used in reference to the etiquette followed by the French head of state in ceremonies and relations with other dignitaries. This meaning has since been extended to all codes of conduct. Supported by Black`s Law Dictionary, Free 2nd ed., and The Law Dictionary. ● If the defendant objects to the claim, they must go to court and obtain disclosure. A brief summary; minutes of a meeting; the etiquette of diplomacy. ● The defendant must accept the request in writing.
Protocol is a department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responsible for advising the government, the President, the Vice-President and the Minister of Foreign Affairs on matters of diplomatic procedure governed by law or international customs and practices. Protocol is the method of formal assessment or receipt of government officials. ● If the defendant accepts the claim, both parties will endeavor to agree to a settlement. If that is the case, they do not have to go to court. ● Once the defendant receives the letter, they have sufficient time to review the claim. This time can be a problem because in some cases, the duration of this process can be long. ● If you are the plaintiff, you must send a detailed statement of claim to the defendant. The letter must adequately explain the nature of the claim. Minutes means a summary document or minutes of a meeting initialled by the parties present to indicate the accuracy of the document or minutes.
● At the end of the investigation, the accused must send a detailed letter with the response. In the letter, the defendant must admit or oppose the claim, as the case may be. Theme music by Joshua Stamper ©2006 New Jerusalem Music/ASCAP.