4. Any party may suspend all or part of this agreement, including for reasons of public order, national security or public health, illegal immigration or the re-establishment of the visa requirement by a party. The suspension decision is notified to the other party no later than two months before it comes into force. The party that suspended the application of this agreement immediately informs the other party as soon as the reasons for the suspension have no longer been invoked. 3. The visa exemption provided by this agreement applies without prejudice to the legislation of the contracting parties with respect to the conditions of entry and short stay. Member States and Seychelles reserve the right to refuse entry and short stay on their territory if one or more of these conditions are not met. 5. Each contracting party may denounce this contract by written notification to the other party. This agreement will no longer enter into force 90 days after the date of notification. To ensure the proper delivery and smooth running of a contract, it is essential to have a clear understanding of the order of priority of the various documents that include the contract itself.
1. For the French Republic, the provisions of this agreement apply only to the European territory of the French Republic. I also noticed that between an American and European version of one of Amazon`s agreements (which are very similar) uses the American version “Controls” and the European version “prevails”. 3. This agreement may be amended by the written agreement of the parties. The amendments come into effect after the parties have informed each other of the completion of their internal procedures necessary for this purpose. It is interesting to note that people seem to have strong opinions about the words to use in this context. I can`t commit to it too much. Here are my thoughts on the alternatives mentioned above, plus another popular option, govern: In the case of the Court of Appeal of NLA Group Ltd v Bowers  1 Lloyds`Rep 109, the Court of Justice confirmed that Lord Hoffmans has confirmed that it is necessary to “verify all relevant background information if there is a confusing clause or error in a clause that must be resolved”.
Priority clauses are intended to reduce or eliminate ambiguities in the event of a conflict. It lists the order of precedence between the different clauses. (2) The Committee`s mission is, among other things, that in recent years, the general trend has shifted from an overly literal approach to contract interpretation towards what is known as the “specific” approach. 5. Issues not covered by this agreement are governed by EU law, member states` national law or Seychelles national law. Agreement between the European Community and the Republic of Seychelles on the exemption of short-stay visasThe EUROPEAN COMMUNITY, referred to as “Community”, and the REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES, referred to as “Seychelles”, the following as “contracting parties”, THE development of friendly relations between the contracting parties and the concern to facilitate travel by guaranteeing their citizens the visa exemption in view of Regulation (EC) No. 1932/2006 of the Council of 21 December 2006 amending Regulation (EC) No. 539/2001 which lists third countries, nationals whose nationals are subject to visa requirements to cross external borders and whose nationals are exempt from this obligation , including the transfer of six third countries , including Seychelles, to the list of third countries whose nationals are exempt from the visa requirement for short-term stays in the Member States of the European Union (EU), considering that Article 2 of the Regulation (EC) No.
1932/2006 stipulates that these countries are exempt from the visa requirement for short-term stays in the Members of the European Union (EU), taking into account Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No. 1932/2006 , the visa exemption only applies from the date of entry into force of a visa-free agreement that the European Community must conclude with the country concerned, recognising that citizens of all Member States travel on: