A peace treaty is a legally binding document ending a war and (re-)establishing peace by mutual agreement of the parties to the treaty (fundamental: [5. Vol. III, chap. XX/II]; [9. Vol. 2, 255]; [8. 123]). Hostilities are abandoned, the conflicts between the opponents resolved, and peaceful relations restored.
The very first peace treaties were concluded with oaths imposing obligations upon the parties. The peace treaty between …