Category: International Law

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Treaty and related terms of International Law

Treaty The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties defines a treaty as “an international agreement concluded between States in written form and governed by international law, whether embodied in a single instrument or in...

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Monism and dualism in international law

The terms monism and dualism are used to describe two different theories of the relationship between international law and national law. Many states, perhaps most, are partly monist and partly dualist in their actual...

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The Tinoco Arbitration Award 1923

The Tinoco Arbitration Award 1923 Principle: non-recognition of a government do not outweigh the evidence of the de facto status a government. Fact: The “Tinoco regime” came to power through a coup in Costa...

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The Arantzazu Mendi Case (UK) 1939

The Arantzazu Mendi Case (UK) 1939 Principle: When there is effective control over the territory of a government of de fecto (recognition) a foreign court can not apply its jurisdiction over its matter. Fact:...

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Luther v Sagor (UK) 1921

Luther v Sagor (UK) 1921 Principle: Once a government is recognized, its acts will be granted validity, even those prior to its recognition, known as retrospective effect. Fact: Luther was a British Citizen used...

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R v Mill (1995)

R v Mill (1995) Principle: A mother ship though out of the EEZ might be hot pursuited, if one of its boats or other craft working as a team and using that mother ship...

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The I’m Alone (1935)

The I’m Alone (1935) Principle: Hot Pursuit must be continuous. Fact: In 1929 a Canadian registered ship named “I am alone” was smuggling into the inline sea of USA. USA naval police signal it...

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San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886

San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886 Principle: No country can interfere the matters of another sovereign country, including the affairs of his diplomatic immunity. Fact: Sun Yat Sen was Chinese Revolutionary, he managed to escape...

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