Agreement O Placet

This Legal Encyclopedia entry was published in cat_tot, P, su1, Forms of Diplomacy, PL Share this on WhatsAppIndice of Navigation of Pl`cetepcocineConcepto and Characters of PlacetConviated Diplomats and Placet Experienced Analysts are ready to help. Trade documents at your fingertips.How does it work? Why online legal advice? See also Unlimited Reading Bibliography for less than the price of a single book. Letter to the Director Plecet concept and characters of Placet Definition and description of Placet by the Mexican Legal Dictionary (1994), of the Supreme Court of Mexico: (written by Luca Irene Ruiz Sanchez) (the Latin word derived from the verb Placeo, which means to please.) It is the authorization of one state by the government of one state that a diplomatic representative of another state as such is accredited. It is also considered welcome. Diplomatic Envoys and Placet No State is required to accept on its territory, as a foreign representative, a person who does not like him. The appointment of diplomatic emissaries is subject to prior approval by the state in which they will carry out their duties. In the case of a head of mission, it is customary for the outgoing ambassador or the commissioner in charge of the mission to carry out this direction, but it can also be provided in the state of accreditation, with the diplomatic representation of the country where the new head is to be appointed. It is only when this is the first time that a head of mission has been appointed because relations between states have just been established that contacts are established between the chancellery and the chancellery. Reference management has two moments: an oral consultation on the possible acceptance of the candidate – and therefore a written refusal – and, because it has the certainty that the person is pleasant, the formal request for approval. It is customary for this formal request to respond to the receiving state in the same way. It is important to mention a relatively young practice where some states require prior authorization for the appointment of military, naval and air attachés. This is the result of frequent conflicts over espionage and subversive activities.

Similarly, sending a special mission requires the prior approval of the host state. In the latter two cases, the agreements are concluded by diplomatic means. The need to ensure the full acceptance of foreign envoys by the host state is justified by the importance of its work. Those who are not well received will not be able to ensure good relations between states, not the success of their task. The host state may refuse to grant the place without having to specify the reasons for its finding; Similarly, you can remove it after it has been granted; In the latter case, the foreign representative is already performing his duties, but if he is declared persona non grata by the receiving state government, he must be removed from office by his government. Reasons for a state to regard a diplomat as a non grata person should be based only on activities outside official duties. The host state must examine the matter in depth before making a statement on persona non grata, because if the reasons it cites to justify its conduct are not fully demonstrated, it may lead to a conflict with the accredited state. History and current evolution The custom of applying for a place is quite old, the doctrine refers to cases of non-acceptance of foreign emissaries, for lack of prior consultation, since 1757; these situations multiplied in the 19th century and led to a suspension or collapse of relations between the States concerned, due to a lack of regulation in this area.