Where the exercise of one of the rights or freedoms covered by Article 1 is not already guaranteed by legislation or other provisions, States Parties undertake to adopt, in accordance with their constitutional procedures and the provisions of this Convention, the legislative or other measures necessary for the exercise of those rights or freedoms. Family Unity (right to law) – A family`s right to live together and receive respect, protection, support and support as a fundamental unit of a society. 33. (1) Every person is entitled to legitimate, reasonable and procedural administrative measures. Note: The principle of non-refoulement is a fundamental principle of international law. It has its origin in international refugee law, in accordance with Article 33 of the Convention on the Status of Refugees (adopted on 28 July 1951, which came into force on 22 April 1954) 189 UNTS 137), which stipulates that no State party may deport or return a refugee in any way to the borders of the territories, religion, nationality , belonging to a particular social group or political opinion. » The principle was then set out in Article 3 of the Convention against Torture and Other Atrocities. Inhuman or degrading punishment or punishment (adopted on 10 December 1984, effective 26 June 1987) 1465 UNTS 85) which prohibits contracting states from « deporting, reintegrating » or extraditing a person to another state where there are important reasons to accept that he or she would be at risk of torture. The same article also states that « to determine whether such reasons exist, the competent authorities take into account all relevant considerations, including, if necessary, the existence of a uniform model of gross, flagrant or massive violations of human rights in the State concerned. » The principle is also enshrined in Article 16 of the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances (adopted on 20 December 2006, which came into force on 23 December 2010) 2716 UNTS 3). Other human rights organizations have the prohibition of torture and inhuman and degrading treatment as an obligation for States Parties to the relevant conventions (particularly at the universal level, of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (adopted on 16 December 1966, which came into force on 23 March 1976) 999 UNTS 171) interpreted not to return persons to a country where there is a real risk of undergoing labelled treatment.