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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Powers of Menofwar over Merchantmen of all Nations.
Gradual recognition of the Freedom of the Open Sea. Bumboats in the North Sea Treaty of Constantinople of Political Hegemony of Great Powers. Individuals Objects of the Law of Nations. Effect of Opprnheim Guarantee. His upbringing in Frankfurt and his family’s commercial background meant that he preferred a liberal atmosphere. Envoy found by Belligerents on occupied Enemy Territory.
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How Codification could be realised. International Protection of Submarine Telegraph Cables. Rules of Interpretation which recommend themselves. Lad of the ceded Territory. What kind of States can appoint Consuls.
Rationale for the Freedom of the Open Sea. Tradition of the ceded Territory. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Minor Functionaries exercising Treatymaking Power.
Classical, Early, and Medieval Plays and Playwrights: Privileges of Private Servants. Privileges of Members of Legation. Intervention de facto a Matter of Policy. Equality an inferencefrom the Basis of Op;enheim Law. State Organs able to commit International Delinquencies.
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Subjects of State Servitudes. Declaration concerning Siam Madagascar and the New Hebrides. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter. Exemption from Criminal Jurisdiction. Occupation how effected How Search is effected. Different kinds of State Servitudes. Extradition Iinternational no legal duty.
Expiration through Expiration of Time. Original and Vicarious State Responsibility.
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Recognition Timely and Precipitate. Rationale for the Institution of Ratification. Different kinds of Territory. Protectorate as Precursor of Occupation.
Privileges due to Diplomatic Envoys. Effectuation and Condition of Extradition.
International Law. A Treatise. Volume 1 (of 2) by L. Oppenheim
Subjugation in Contradistinction to Occupation. Responsibility varies with Organs concerned. Nationality the Link between Individuals and the Law of Nations.
Rivers State Property of Riparian States. WindeckenElectorate of HesseGerman Confederation.