International Law Reports, Volume 3

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John Fischer Williams, H. Lauterpacht
Cambridge University Press, Mar 2, 1929 - Law - 544 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

INTERNATIONAL LAW IN GENERAL
3
STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
13
PART III
81
STATE TERRITORY
105
JURISDICTION
133
Abiattis Case
238
STATE RESPONSIBILITY 203
256
Aikman
275
PRIVILEGES
319
Claim of the Russian Volunteer Estes The
328
TREATIES
333
PART IX
352
Commercial Trust Co of New Populations P C I J Advisory
369
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION
387
DISPUTES
397
Sprigg 41 77
449

Case Concerning Certain German Government 128
282
THE INDIVIDUAL IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 261
302
WAR AND NEUTRALITY 435
464
INDEX
487

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