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La confiscation des biens étrangers et les réclamations internationales auxquelles elle peut donner lieu (Volume 109)

(28,305 words)

Author(s): Petrén, S.
Petrén, S. Keywords: Expropriation | Claims | Mots clefs: Expropriation et nationalisation | ABSTRACT S. Petren writes that the question of the protection of foreign property against confiscation measures is the most topical issue in 1963. Evolution is then dominated by two major opposing trends, the first one drives the States, especially the new ones, to nationalize foreign property for social policy reasons, while the second trend is determined by the desire to create and maintain a political and economic climate in the same States to attract new foreign capital investment, necessary for the development of their national economy.…

Le droit international et les obligations financières internationales qui naissent d’un contrat (Volume 1)

(29,873 words)

Author(s): John Fischer Williams K. C., Sir
John Fischer Williams K. C., Sir Keywords: External debts | State contracts | International law | Claims | Mots clefs: Dettes étrangères | Contrats d Etat | Droit international | Réclamations | ABSTRACT John Fischer Williams K. C., Sir

La recevabilité des réclamations devant les juridictions internationales (Volume 41)

(46,743 words)

Author(s): C. Witenberg, J.
C. Witenberg, J. Keywords: Claims | Universal jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Réclamations | Juridiction internationale | ABSTRACT J.C.Witenberg begins his course on the Admissibility of Complaints in Presence of International Jurisdictions with a presentation of the sources and the definition and classification of the means of admissibility. The author then studies the condition of admissibility concerned with the parties to the dispute (the endorsement) and the conditions of admissibility of individual complaints. …