Status: United Nations Convention on the International Effects of Judicial Sales of Ships (New York, 2022) (the “Beijing Convention on the Judicial Sale of Ships”)

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All dates: DD/MM/YYYY

State

Notes

Signature

Ratification, Accession(*), Approval(†), Acceptance(‡) or Succession(§)

Entry into force

Belgium
 
14/03/2024
 
 
Burkina Faso
 
05/09/2023
 
 
China
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Comoros
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Ecuador
 
17/11/2023
 
 
El Salvador
 
05/09/2023
 
 
European Union
(a)
14/03/2024
 
 
Grenada
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Honduras
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Kiribati
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Liberia
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Sao Tome and Principe
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Saudi Arabia
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Senegal
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Sierra Leone
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Singapore
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Switzerland
 
05/09/2023
 
 
Syrian Arab Republic
 
05/09/2023
 
 
United Republic of Tanzania
 
21/09/2023
 
 

 

(3 ACTIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO FORCE)

Notes

a) Action taken in accordance with Article 18 of the Convention, which provides that a Regional Economic Integration Organisation may sign, ratify, accept, approve or accede to the Convention and, when doing so, shall make a declaration specifying the matters governed by the Convention in respect of which competence has been transferred to that organisation by its member States.