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(h) the term “self-employed worker” refers to a migrant worker in paid work who does not work under an employment contract and who earns a living from that activity, who normally works alone or with family members, as well as all other migrant workers recognized as self-employed by state-of-work legislation or bilateral or multilateral agreements. 2. The study showed that the principles and rules set out in the Convention had already had a significant impact on the practice of states before the Convention came into force on 16 November 1994, whether a State had signed, ratified or acceded to the Convention. He presented key trends and highlights in state practice, as well as key global developments, which have gone beyond national or regional practices. The study complemented another series of publications on the law of the sea, focusing on state practice, in particular national legislation and delimitation agreements. These publications included the baselines – National Legislation with Illustrative Maps (United Nations publication, E.89.V.10); National Legislation on Territorial Sea, the Right of Innocent Passage and the Contiguous Zone (United Nations Publication, Sales Number No. E.95.V.7); National Legislation on the Exclusive Economic Zone (United Nations Publication, Sales Number No. E.93.V.10); National Legislation on the Continental Shelf (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.89.V.5); Multilateral Treaties – A reference guide for multilateral treaties and other international agreements relating to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (revised and updated to 31 December 1996) (UN publication, sales number). E.94.V.13); Practice of The States of archipelago (United Nations publication, Sales Number No. E.92.V.3); Maritime Boundary Agreements 1970/84 (United Nations publication, sales number No. E.87.V.12); Maritime Boundary Agreements 1942/69 (United Nations publication, Sales Number No.

E.91.V.11); Maritime Boundary Agreements1985/91 (United Nations publication, sales number. E.92.V.2); and current developments in state practices (United Nations publication, sales number No. E.87.V.3); Current developments in the practice of State No. II (United Nations publication, sales number No. E.89.V.7); Current developments in the practice of State No III (United Nations publication, sales number No.