6.01 The money of account, though originally clearly defined, may become uncertain during the life of the legal relationship. This may occur in three categories of cases, namely: Each of these possibilities must be considered in turn.1 6.02 A State may seek to legislate in a manner which affects subsisting monetary obligations. For example, a State encountering serious economic problems may provide that foreign money obligations are henceforth to be settled by payment to a State agency in the domestic currency;2 similar action might be taken by a State which...
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