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" Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international law upon a State is that — failing the existence of a permissive rule to the contrary — it may not exercise its power in any form in the territory of another State. "
The Murder of Henry Liu: Hearings and Markup Before the Committee on Foreign ... - Página 141
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1985 - 172 páginas
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International Law Reports

Arnold D. McNair, H. Lauterpacht - 1932 - 642 páginas
...upon the independence of States cannot therefore be ' presumed " (at p. 18). Case No. 98 contd. must not exercise its power in any form in the territory of another State. But from that it does not follow that international law prohibits a State from exercising jurisdiction...
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Diplomatic Asylum: Legal Norms and Political Reality in Latin American Relations

C. Neale Ronning - 1965 - 242 páginas
...law, clearly put forth in the Lotus Case and the Colombian-Peruvian Asylum Case, respectively. Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international...power in any form in the territory of another State. In this sense jurisdiction is certainly territorial; it cannot be exercised by a state outside its...
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International Law Studies, Volumen52

Naval War College (U.S.) - 1965
...Mercier and Donnedieu de Vabres; Article 34, Restatement, Foreign Relations Law, p. 96. •• "Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international...power in any form in the territory of another State. In this sense jurisdiction is certainly territorial; it cannot be exercised by a State outside its...
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Criminal Jurisdiction Over Visiting Armed Forces

Roland J. Stanger, Naval War College (U.S.) - 1965 - 401 páginas
...Fusinato, Mercier and Donnedieu de Vabres; Article 34, Restatement, Foreign Relations Law, p. 96. ""Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international law upon a State is that—failing the existence of a permissive rule to the contrary—it may not exercise its power in...
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International Law Reports

E. Lauterpacht - 1968 - 538 páginas
...sovereignty." The view based on these two grounds was expressed in the following terms (p. 18, 19) : " Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international...power in any form in the territory of another State. In this sense jurisdiction is certainly territorial; it cannot be exercised by a State outside its...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, 1953, Volumen82

Academie De Droit International De La Ha - 1968 - 400 páginas
...International Law, 1928, p. 867 sq. 2. 7 Cranch, 116. 3. Souveraineté et Liberté (Paris 1922), p. 80. "state is that, failing the existence of a permissive...power in any form in the "territory of another state 1." This dictum quite naturally leads to a discussion of the doctrine of intervention as an exception...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, 1967, Volumen121

Academie De Droit International De La Ha - 1967 - 672 páginas
...contrary to both the letter and the spirit of the World Court's injunction in the Lotus case, that a State "may not exercise its power in any form in the territory of another State". That this is so was to some extent recognized in the modified Judgment entered, after negotiations...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, 1971, Volumen132

1972 - 558 páginas
...it. The international limitation upon enforcement jurisdiction was described by the Permanent Court: "The first and foremost restriction imposed by international...its power in any form in the territory of another State",29 and by its successor, more generally: "Between independent States respect for territorial...
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Jurisdiction Over Crimes on Board Aircraft

Sami Shubber - 1973 - 369 páginas
...PCIJ in the Lotus case (1927): "Now the first and foremost restriction imposed by international law is that — failing the existence of a permissive...power in any form in the territory of another State. In this sense jurisdiction is certainly territorial; it cannot be exercised by a State outside its...
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Anti-hijacking Act of 1973: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First ..., Volumen2

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Transportation and Aeronautics - 1973
...the Supreme Court was concerned in The Appollon and the principle which the World Court recognizes as "the first and foremost restriction imposed by international law upon a state," The SS Lotus. PCIJ, Ser. A, No. 10, II Hudson, World Court Reports 20.**/ */ Paragraph 1 of Article...
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