Although the doctrine is not mentioned by name,  Article 62 provides the only justifications for its invocation: If the parties to a treaty had contemplated for the occurrence of the changed circumstances, the doctrine does not apply and the provision remains in effect. Clausula rebus sic stantibus relates to changed circumstances only if they had never been contemplated by the parties.
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His rebus cognitis, Caesar legiones equitatumque revocari atque itinere desistere jubet, ipse ad naves revertitur: eadem fere quae ex nunciis literisque cognoverat coram perspicit, sic ut amissis circiter XL navibus, reliquae tamen, refici posse magno negotio viderentur. been the primary additional force opposing the translation of rebus sic stantibus from theory into practice.
For the definitive discussion on the relative merits of rebus sic stantibus and pacta sunt servanda, see LORD McNAIR, THE LAW OF TREATIES et seq. (). 4. H. GROTIUS, THE LAW OF WAR AND PEACE, XVI, 25 (). 5. Contents Introduction 5 Edition of the texts 11 1. Maslama’s notes, Arabic text and English translation 12 2.
Maslama’s notes, Latin versions 34 3. Maslama’s Extra-Chapter. Etenim spelunca, utraque nostrûm pariter ignorante, mirabili Oreadum ingenio sic erat structa ut per foramen, tubae simile,  cunctae assidentium voces effluerent atque ad aures quamlibet procul stantium cum horrore mearent.
Oct 28, · There are a couple of latin phrases in a legal document that have stumped me: Rebus sic stantibus, la domanda attorea deve essere rigettata poichè.