Twenty-sixth Session (1974)
The International Law Commission held its twenty-sixth session at Geneva, Switzerland, from 6 May to 26 July 1974 in accordance with General Assembly resolution 3071 (XXVIII) of 30 November 1973.
Topics considered in 1974
Succession of States in respect of matters other than treaties (Summary | Analytical Guide)
The Commission adopted the final text of the draft articles on the succession of States in respect of treaties, with commentaries
Question of treaties concluded between States and international organizations or between two or more international organizations (Summary | Analytical Guide)
Long-term programme of work (Analytical Guide)
- Consideration of recommendation concerning commencement of the work on the law of the non-navigational uses of international watercourses (para. 4 of General Assembly resolution 3071 (XXVIII).
- Consideration of recommendation concerning undertaking at an appropiate time a separate study on the topic of international liability for injurious consequencies arising out of the performance of activities other than internationally wrongful acts (para. 3 (c) of General Assembly resolution 3071 (XXVIII).