Art. 2. His Majesty the King of Bavaria, acting in the name of his said son, a minor, accepts, on his behalf, the hereditary Sovereignty of Greece, on the conditions hereinafter settled.
Art. 3. The Prince Otho shall bear the title of King of Greece.
Art. 8. The Royal Crown and dignity shall be hereditary in Greece; and shall pass to the direct and lawful descendants and heirs of the Prince Otho of Bavaria, in the order of primogeniture. In the event of the decease of the Prince Otho of Bavaria without direct and lawful issue, the Crown of Greece shall pass to his younger brother, and to his direct and lawful descendants and heirs, in the order of primogeniture. In the event of the decease of the last-mentioned Prince also, without direct and lawful issue, the Crown of Greece shall pass to his younger brother, and to his direct and lawful descendants and heirs, in the order of primogeniture.
In no case shall the Crown of Greece and the Crown of Bavaria be united upon the same head.
[Note: Otho renounced his rights to the crown of Bavaria on 18 March 1836 (see below).]
Art. 9. The majority of the Prince Otho of Bavaria, as King of Greece, is fixed at the period when he shall have completed his 20th year, that is to say, on the 1st of June, 1835.
Art. 10. During the minority of Prince Otho of Bavaria, King of Greece, his rights of Sovereignty shall be exercised in their full extent, by a Regency composed of 3 Councillors, who shall be appointed by His Majesty the King of Bavaria.
Explanatory and Supplementary Article (London, 30 April 1833)
The succession to the Royal Crown and Dignity in Greece, in the line of Prince Otho of Bavaria, King of Greece, as also in the lines of his younger brothers the Princes Luitpold and Adalbert of Bavaria, which lines were contingently substituted for that of the said Prince Otho of Bavaria, by Article 8 of the Convention of London of the 7th of May, 1832, shall take place from male to male, in the order of primogeniture.
Females shall not be capable of succeeding to the Crown of Greece, except in the event of the entire failure of Legitimate Male Heirs in all the 3 above-mentioned Branches of the House of Bavaria; and it is understood that, in such case, the Royal Crown and Dignity in Greece shall pass to that Princess, or to the Legitimate Descendants of that Princess, who, in the order of Succession, shall be the nearest to the last King of Greece.
If the Crown of Greece shall devolve upon a female, her Legitimate Male Descendants shall, in their turn, be preferred to Females, and shall ascend the Throne of Greece in the order of primogeniture. In no case shall the Crown of Greece be united on the same head with the Crown of any foreign country.
Königliche Allerhöchste Ratification des am 7. Mai 1832 zu London abgeschlossenen Vertrags über die endliche Berichtigung der griechischen Angelegenheiten.