- In today's world, change and certainty are closely connected and interdependent.
- “ The practice of calmness, of immobility, of certainty andsecurity, suddenly breaks down,” Keynes wrote.
- It was therefore all the more important to bring as much certainty and stability as possible to the Court's financial situation.
- The scope of the draft articles on effects of armed conflicts on treaties should be studied further with a view to ensuring the legal certainty and stability of international treaties.
- “The firmness of Britain's commitments on the security and sovereignty of the Falkland Islands and on your right to self-determination provides the basis for you to shake off the insecurity of the past, and to plan your future with certainty.
- The reason for this was to ensure the continuity, stability and certainty necessary for the efficient and effective planning of trials and to enable the International Criminal Tribunal to meet the 2008 deadline set out in Council resolution 1503 (2003).
- The objective of the guide is to assist national authorities in preparing new laws and in reviewing existing laws to establish an effective legal framework to address the financial difficulties of debtors, thereby providing market certainty and promoting economic growth and stability.