Unless otherwise provided, the Bureaux may agree, within the framework of their bilateral relations, on the unilateral application of this Section. (d) As a result of this dual mandate without profit, each office must have its own independent financial structure, based on the joint commitment of insurers entitled to implement compulsory liability insurance for the use of motor vehicles enabling it to fulfil the obligations arising from agreements concluded between it and other offices. 7. Subject to Article 4(4), the correspondent shall be free to agree with the insurer who has requested his consent the conditions for reimbursement of the amounts paid to the injured parties and the method of calculating his processing costs, the agreement of which is not, however, applicable to an office. 3.5. indefinite duration of the agreement, subject to the right of any contractual office to terminate it with a period of twelve months, notified simultaneously to the other party and to the council of offices. The obligation referred to in Article 1 shall enter into force on 1 July 2003 and shall replace the single agreement between the bureaux and the multilateral guarantee agreement between the national insurance bureaux, which is currently compulsory for signatories to this Convention. The provisions of this Section shall apply where the contractual relations between offices are based on the green card. The purpose of these Rules of Procedure is to regulate mutual relations between national insurance bureaux and thus to ensure compliance with the provisions of Recommendation No 5, adopted on 25 January 1949, the Group on Road Transport of the Inland Transport Committee of the European Economic Commission of the United Nations was replaced by Annex 2 to the Consolidated Resolution on the Facilitation of Road Transport (RE4), adopted by the Group at its 74th session. from 25 to 29 June 1984, in its current version (hereinafter referred to as `Recommendation No 5`). (1) Relations between the national insurance bureaux of the Member States within the meaning of Article 1(3) of Directive 72/166/EEC (hereinafter referred to as `the offices`) and those of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia and Switzerland have been governed by amendments to the Single Green Card Agreement between the national insurance bureaux of 2 November 1951 (amendments). These supplementary agreements lay down practical provisions for the abolition of insurance checks for vehicles normally parked in the territory of all these countries.
(1) In 1949, the Group on Road Transport of the Inland Transport Committee forwarded to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe a recommendation to the governments of the Member States (1) inviting insurers to cover the risks of civil liability associated with the use of vehicles to conclude agreements establishing uniform and practical provisions enabling drivers to drive: be satisfactorily insured upon entry into the countries where the insurance is insured. against these risks is mandatory. . . .
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