Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: 4,5, University of Fribourg, language: English, abstract: International organizations are created by a treaty between at least two subjects of international law, mostly States. These confer rights and obligations to international organizations, which they have to fulfil them with their own organs. Two decisive elements materialize during the founding process of an international organization. The first one is of international nature, namely the treaty between the founding States, because they agree on the international plain. Treaties between States are always of international nature, Art. 2 I lit. a VCLT. The second one may be of internal or international nature, or both, namely the constitution instruments of an international organization. Which alternative is the right one remains unclear and thus is the subject of this paper. The latter derives from the former, whereby they both form the constituent instruments of international organizations. Since the International Law Commission (ILC) published the Draft Articles on the responsibility of international organizations (DARIO), containing rules when an international organization is responsible for a committed international wrongful act by them, the constituent instruments of international organizations are also referred to as the
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