Provisional and protective measures in international litigation (Volume 234)
Abstract Lawrence Collins draws attention in this course to some of the most important and topical problems presented by the use and abuse of provisional and protective measures in international litigation. It is a vast range of material Professor Collins draws from: private and public international law, national and comparative law, European Community law and administrative law; the practice of national courts, and international and supranational courts and tribunals.
Résumé Lauwrence Collins, avocat à Londres, Fellow au Wolfson College de Cambridge et Visiting …
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“Provisional and protective measures in international litigation (Volume 234)”, in:
Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague Academy of International Law.
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