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Comprehensive transboundary international water quality by American Society Of Civil Engineers Environmental And Water

By American Society Of Civil Engineers Environmental And Water Resources Institute

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For instance, the Parties may wish the Comprehensive Plan to include the procedures to be used in floods and droughts. 3 (intergovernmental relations). 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 4 WATER ALLOCATION 1. The Comprehensive Transboundary International Water Quality Management Plan shall equitably allocate water resources according to the needs of the various beneficial uses described below. The water demands shall be determined for each sub-Basin or reach, as determined by the Commission, and compared to the water available for that sub-Basin or reach.

2. The complaining Party shall notify the Commission of the dispute and the intention to enter into negotiations and consultations. 3. Within (30) days of notice provided under paragraph (a), all Parties will meet to discuss the alleged violation or failure and to negotiate an appropriate settlement, including actions to correct such violation or failure. Such discussions and negotiations shall be pursued in good faith for not less than (90) days after original notice. 4. The Parties shall seek to avoid any resolution that adversely affects the interests under this Agreement of any other Party.

3 CONCILIATION AND MEDIATION 1. If the Parties are unable to reach agreement on a settlement, after good faith discussions and negotiations within the period provided in the previous section, any aggrieved Party may request that the Commission institute measures of conciliation and mediation. The requesting Party shall state in the request the nature of the dispute and indicate the provisions of the Agreement that it considers relevant, and shall deliver the request to the other Parties, and to the Commission.

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