congressional-executive agreement


congressional-executive agreement
An accord made by joint authority of the Congress and the president covering areas of international law that are not within the ambit of treaties.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


congressional-executive agreement
An accord made by joint authority of the Congress and the president covering areas of international law that are not within the ambit of treaties.

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