Category: International Law

North Sea Continental Shelf case 0

North Sea Continental Shelf case

North Sea Continental Shelf cases, ICJ Reps, 1969, p. 3 at 44 Principle: Ratification after signature is required to consequently make that party liable to obey the treaty. Fact: On 1 December 1964, the Federal Republic...

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Lotus Case (France V Turkey, PCIJ 1927)

Lotus Case (France V Turkey, PCIJ 1927) Principle: To be customary International Law there must be some legal obligation(Opinio juris) or force to maintain the customs not because merely they want to. Fact: On 2 August...

Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru, 1950) 0

Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru, 1950)

Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru, 1950) Principle: For Custom to be definitively proven, it must be continuously and uniformly executed. Fact: Peru issued an arrest warrant against Victor Raul Haya de la Torre “in...

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Basic rules of interpretation

1. The rule of ordinary meaning and context Basic rules of interpretation are as follows. The terms contained in the norm should be understood in their ordinary meaning and in context. Special meaning can be...

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