San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886

San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886

San Yat Sen IncidentPrinciple: 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 to London. After that Chinese diplomats arrested him and confined him in the Chinese embassy at London. One of Sun Yat sen’s friend filed a writ of Habeas corpus petition in the court of England.

Issue: Whether Britain can interfere with the internal affair of China.

Decision: Britain cannot interferer the internal matters of china.

Reasoning: as Mr. Sun Yet Sen was a Chinese national and held by Chinese diplomats within the diplomatic area of china.



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