Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage: message from the President of the United States transmitting Convention ..., done at Vienna on September 12, 1997, convention adopted by a Diplomatic Conference convened by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and opened for signature at Vienna, September 29, 1997, during IAEA General Conference
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U.S. G.P.O., 2002 - Law - 40 pages
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300 million SDRs accordance with paragraph amendment Annex Articles apply beneﬁt CERCLA civil liability claims compensation for nuclear competent court Contracting Party Convention on Nuclear Convention on Supplementary courts have jurisdiction CSC’s deﬁned deﬁnition of nuclear enters into force exceed exclusion extent ﬁnancial security ﬁrst tier amount funds made available grandfather clause IAEA instrument of ratiﬁcation international supple international supplementary fund ionizing radiation liability for nuclear limit loss or damage mentary fund modiﬁcations notiﬁcation nuclear damage caused nuclear damage suffered nuclear fuel nuclear incident occurs nuclear installation nuclear liability nuclear material nuclear power nuclear reactor Nuclear Safety obligations operator liable Paragraph 2 permits Paris Convention Party whose courts Party’s period of extinction Price-Anderson Act products or waste public funds pursuant to Article pursuant to paragraph respect rights of recourse Special Drawing Right speciﬁed strict liability subparagraph Supplementary Compensation tier of compensation transboundary damage U.S. contribution U.S. courts Vienna Convention