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Lauterpacht Centre for International La. This series, started in 1983, publishes studies based on the annual series of lectures given in the Michaelmas term in the Law Faculty.
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Corporations In And U.by Ignaz Seidl-Hohenveldern. This book deals with two important aspects of the place of corporate bodies in international law. The author examines, first, in relation to both private and State-owned corporations, the problems of diplomatic protection, nationalization and State responsibility.
Ignaz Christian Seidl-Hohenveldern, Austrian Law professor. With Germany Army, 1938-1945. Member Real Academy Ciencias Morales y Political, Institute de Droit International, Austrian Academy Sciences. Corporations in and under International Law (Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lectures) ) This book deals with two important aspects of the place of corporate bodies in international law.
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Sir Hersch Lauterpacht QC (16 August 1897 – 8 May 1960) was a Polish-British lawyer and judge at the International Court of Justice. In 1911 his family moved to Lemberg. In 1915 he enrolled in the law school of the University of Lemberg; it is not clear whether he graduated
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Part I CORPORATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL LA. Adam573 believes that in domestic law the member States remain jointly and severally responsible for the acts of the enterprise at least in a subsidiary way. He deduces this from the fact that organizations are created by treaty, and thus under international law. This treaty, supplemented by the rules of general international law, becomes the national law of the enterprise. The enterprise is not a national of the forum. 574 According to generally accepted principles of the conflict of laws575 the respective responsibilities of a corporate entity and of its members are determined by the national.
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Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lectures, 6. English. Corporations Under International Law: 5. The personality of international organizations under international law; 6. The role of the member states; 7. Personality in international law and third states; 8. Succession and division of organizations; 9. International organizations in domestic law; 10. Common inter-state enterprises; 11.
It has recently taken on a new vitality due to international treaties under which private parties can seek to hold States liable for judicial mistreatment. Series: Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lectures (Book 17). Several recent cases of great importance are examined here. Paperback: 306 pages.