International Law Reports

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Cambridge University Press, 1945 - Law - 564 pages
International Law Reports is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of courts and arbitrators, as well as judgements of national courts.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
xxi
Crousset Juan L Succession v Rafael
xxv
TABLE OF CASES CITED
xxvii
CLASSIFICATION
xxxv
PART I
1
STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
13
Dahan and Dorra Brothers and Another
115
Dame Menge v Commune of Granges
136
Alcalde y Garcia In re 294 Casale and Donati Case
249
PART V
268
THE INDIVIDUAL IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
280
Borbone exKing of Spain Castration of Aliens Germany Case
341
PART VII
393
Dame Assuied 95 Africain In re 113
436
Deutsche Bank v Nobel 193
440
Avenol 395 477 Chung Yim v United States 340
443

Danzig Restrictive Interpretation
151
The Tunisian State
157
13
160
JURISDICTION
181
Davidsons Case 91
218
De Semenoff v Railway Administration 472
234
PART IX
476
PART XI
492
Carraro 173 178 Ciriaco Pandelli In re 251
503
INDEX
507
Exportchleb Ltd v Goudeket 117 Italy v Abyssinia Walwal Incident
512

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