ROLE OF DOMESTIC COURTS IN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER
Item #: 12177
Pages: xvi, 184 pp.
Published: Washington; International Law Institute; Reprinted in 1964.
Series: PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
Investigates how active or passive domestic courts should bein the development of a rule of international law. Discussesinternational jurisdiction, questions of sovereign immunityand act of state and problems of allocation and choice oflaw.Acid-free reprint of Syracuse University Press, 1964Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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