When a member withdraws from the Fund, the Fund`s normal operations and operations are interrupted in its currency and the settlement of all accounts between the Fund and the Fund is carried out by appropriate agreement between the Fund and the Fund. In the absence of agreement, the provisions of Schedule J apply to the count. 2. If the Fund`s holdings in the member`s currency are not sufficient to pay the net amount owed by the Fund, the balance is paid in a freely usable currency or in some other form that can be agreed upon. If the Fund and the outgoing member fail to reach an agreement within six months of the date of withdrawal, the currency in question, which the Fund holds, is immediately paid to the outgoing member. The balance payable is paid in ten semi-annual instalments over the next five years. Each of these tranches is paid, at the Fund`s choice, either in the outgoing member`s currency acquired at the exit of the fund, or in a freely usable currency.  Virginia v. Tennessee, 148 U.S. 503, 519 (1893).
This could happen if a pact “changed the balance of power between the federal states and the federal government,” created coalitions of states that would reduce the power of the federal government or change the balance of power between states in the federal structure, or assert themselves poorly on a constitutionally established subject available to Congress. Buenger et al., supra note 2, at 69. (4) The Council elects a member of the Council as president, adopts regulations that are necessary or appropriate for the performance of its functions, and stops every aspect of its procedure. The Board holds meetings scheduled by the Board or convened by the Executive Board. Depending on the purpose of an intergovernmental pact, it may provide rules and procedures for future actions to promote the objectives of the pact. For example, compacts designed to create interstate boundaries, such as the Missouri-Nebraska Boundary Compact, cannot contain procedures for ongoing Covenant activities. This pact first provides for the adjustment of the border between the two states and related issues, such as the definition of the transgression of state sovereignty over territories that have become members of the other state as a result of border adjustment, and the right to impose real estate located in acquired territory.  As a treaty, an intergovernmental pact primarily concerns the rights and obligations of states that have chosen to become contracting parties and their respective citizens, since the pact is promulgated by their respective legislators.
However, some compacts go so far as to target the effect (if any) of this pact on states that are not contracting parties. A pact may contain provisions that stipulate that the pact does not affect other agreements that the parties may enter into with non-partisan states.  Alternatively, a pact can define how non-compressant states can participate in pact-related activities.  For example, the Interstate Pest Control Compact (which is no longer in force) provided that the pact`s board of directors or its executive committee could not spend funds from an insurance fund created by the pact in a non-condensed state, unless it was justified by the conditions in that state and the benefits to the contracting states of the Covenant. , and that it cannot impose conditions for such expenditures.  After the termination date, the Fund pays interest on all remaining balances of the special drawing rights held by a terminating participant, and the terminating member pays a fee for all remaining obligations against the Fund at The Hours and Rates Prescribed in Article XX.