The limits of both are set for the book by the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (the Convention and other useful documents are provided as appendices).
What does HC stand for?
HC stands for Hague Convention
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- House Builder XL Ltd (Leicestershire, UK)
- How Be You?
- Harbor Bay Yacht Club (Sandusky, Ohio)
- Habib Bank AG Zurich (est. 1967; various locations)
- Hrvatska Bratska Zajednica (Croatian Fraternal Union, USA; since 1894)
- Hvala Bogu Za Internet (Slovenian: Thank God For Internet)
- Chaplain (USAF)
- Habbo Club (chat site)
- Habeas Corpus
Samples in periodicals archive:
Turkey is party to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
B then came to Northern Ireland, met social services, made contact with A and having failed to secure an agreement for the return of her son to Latvia, went back there in September 2011 and instigated proceedings under Article 12 of the Hague Convention for the return of A to Latvia.
Chief among these is the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Although Pakistan, Thailand and India featured most prominently, there were cases in another 94 countries that are outside the 1980 Hague Convention, said the most obvious warning sign was a relationship breakdown.
The Hague Convention 1996 deals with measures to protect children, parental responsibility and matters of representation to the protection of children's property.
With the Cabinet approval, Japan launched preparations for signing the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction by crafting domestic legislation to endorse the pact.
At Friday's cabinet meeting, the government agreed to sign the 1980 Hague Convention has been under pressure in recent years from the United States and other countries to accede to the treaty as Japanese courts almost never grant custody to foreign parents, particularly fathers, when international marriages break up.