This chapter will show that while the successor State can modify a State contract after the date of succession, it must do so by respecting basic principles of international law. After having examined the theory developed by O’Connell on the matter, this chapter puts forward a new framework of analysis with regards to the question of succession to State contracts which takes into account the type of succession involved and a number of relevant factors and circumstances.
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