The sixth report on jurisdictional immunities of States and their property is a continuation of the five successive reports already submitted to the International Law Commission. The introductory note in the fifth report on this topic is still applicable as a practical guide to the present report, which will cover the remaining exceptions to State immunity in part III. As an introduction to the substantive parts of the present report, which will bring the Commission closer to the conclusion of its study and preparation of draft articles on the topic, section A below gives the updated status of the draft articles so far submitted, some of which have been considered and provisionally adopted, and indeed further adjusted and revised, while others are still under active examination by the Drafting Committee, and yet others have been set aside for the time being for consideration after the submission of the rest of the draft articles.
1984 Yearbook Int'l L. Comm. 5.