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Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law

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* Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State.

1 May 25, 1973, 27 UST 2019, TIAS No. 8302 (entered into force Jan. 23, 1977). See Wash. Post, Feb. 21, 1985, at E4, col. 6.

2 No. 81 Civ. 6553 (WCC) (S.D.N.Y. filed Oct. 26, 1981).

3 Copies of the two U.S. requests for assistance are on file in the proceedings in the Santa Fe case, id., and in Dept. of State File No. P85 0062-2192.

4 The letter may also be found at Dept. of State File No. P85 0062-2152.

5 In a Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Plaintiffs Application for a Default Judgment, dated July 17, 1984, counsel for the Commission summarized the means by which verification of service upon the unknown defendants had been accomplished, as well as the Commission’s actions to have the defendants appear in the action. See No. 81 Civ. 6553 (WCC) (S.D.N.Y. filed July 17, 1984); Dept. of State File No. P85 0062-2154.

6 For the Memorandum of Understanding and the proposed private Agreement, see 22 ILM 1 and 7 (1983). As of Jan. 1, 1983, the majority of Swiss banks had agreed to the provisions of Agreement XVI of the Swiss Bankers’ Association with regard to the Handling of Requests for Information from the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States on the Subject of Misuse of Inside Information.

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