In this Act, unless the subject or the context otherwise requires,-
(a) “Treaty” means an agreement concluded in writing between two or more states, or between any state and any inter-governmental organization and this term also includes any document of this nature, irrespective of how it is designated.
(b) “Full Power” means the letter of authority issued by Government of Nepal empowering anyone to negotiate or accept the final draft or certified copy of or sign a treaty and this term also includes the authority granted to maintain reservations while holding such negotiations or signing a treaty, or to perform any other function in respect to such treaty.
(c) “Reservation” means a declaration made by any party while signing a multilateral treaty or ratifying, acceding to, accepting or approving such a treaty, that any provision of the treaty shall not be applicable to it and this term also includes the declaration made by any party in order to explain its position in respect to such provision.
(d)“Denunciation” means a declaration made for the termination of a treaty by fulfilling the formalities mentioned in the treaty. “Constitution” means the Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal,
(e)“Constitution” means the Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal,2047 (1990).