International Law: A Treatise, Volume 1. Front Cover. Lassa Oppenheim. Longmans, Green, and Company, – International law. The Science of the Law of Nations in the Nineteenth Cen tury as represented by treatises. Collection of Treaties. Bibliographies. PART I. International Law: A Treatise, Lassa Oppenheim. Author, Lassa Oppenheim. Editor, Hersch Lauterpacht. Edition, 6, reprint. Publisher, Longmans, Green, .
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Real and Fictional Parts of Territory. Where Piracy can be committed. Position of Armed Forces abroad. Permanent Intsrnational of the Sugar Convention. Tradition of the ceded Territory. Legal Provisions for the Open Sea.
Case of Amelia Island. On Diplomatic Functions in general. Conception of International Delinquencies. The Law of Nations and the Bights of Mankind. Meaning of Sovereignty in the Nineteenth Century.
Source in Contradistinction to Cause Convention signed a t London April 8 How Codification could be realised. If you think lw should have access to this title, please contact your librarian. Jurisdiction Jurisdiction important for the position of the States within the Family of Nations.
Effect of Treaties of Guarantee.
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Treatymaking Power exercised by Heads of States. Municipal Law for Offences against Foreign States.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Movement in Favour of Codification. Convention concerning the Metric System. Position of Crew when on Land abroad. Law of Nations never per te Municipal Law. Five Lessons of the History of the Law of Nations. Longmans, Green- International law. State Servitudes 20 Conception of State Servitudes.
Means of Securing Performance of Treaties What means have been in use. Internationally injurious Acts of Diplomatic Envoys. The Retinue of Monarchs abroad. Obligations of Contracting Parties only can be Object. Privileges of Couriers of Envoys. Powers of Menofwar over Internationap of all Nations.
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Selfpreservation an excuse for violations. Privileges of Members of Legation. Safety of Traffic on the Open Sea.
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Rivers State Property of Riparian States. Merits of Codification in general. After a short time in practice, Oppenheim decided to pursue an academic career, with criminal law as his major subject. Responsibility for Acts lae Insurgents and Rioters Individuals Objects of the Law of Nations. Basis of the Law of Nations.
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Ratification regularly but not absolutely necessary. In Basel, Oppenheim still worked on criminal law. States in Personal Union. Rationale for the Institution of Ratification. Rules of Interpretation which recommend themselves. Inalienability of Parts of Territory.
Effect of Collective Guarantee. Powers of Menofwar over Merchantmen of all Nations.