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- Definition: A treaty can be defined as an agreement (usually written) between 2 or more States (or a State/group of States and IGO, or IGOs) governed by international law and intended to create legal obligations.
- By nature: law-making treaties/treaty contracts.-
- By number of parts: bilateral/multilateral
- By reservations: package-deal treaties and non-package deal treaties.
- Purport to codify existing rules of customary law.
- Crystallize a developing rule of law, firmly establishing on a legal footing, a situations which has previously been part of the practice of a limited number of States.
- Generate rules of law independently of the previous practice of the States.