Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Jurisprudence de la Cour suprême de plébiscite du bassin de la Sarre (Volume 69)

(27,613 words)

Author(s): Straznicky, Milorad
Straznicky, Milorad Keywords: Saarland | Supreme court | Referendum | Case-law | Mots clefs: Sarre | Cour suprême | Référendum | Jurisprudence | ABSTRACT Milorad Straznicky begins his course with a study of the jurisprudence of the Supreme Plebiscite Court before the resettlement of Germany in the Government of the Saar Territory and focuses on the issues of the constitution of the Court, procedure, and jurisdiction. The author then examines the position of the Supreme Court after the plebiscite, particularly with regard to its constitution, procedure, and jurisdiction. Milorad Str…

Le contrôle des cours suprêmes sur l’application des lois étrangères (Étude de jurisprudence comparée) (Volume 57)

(43,524 words)

Author(s): Lewald, Hans
Lewald, Hans Keywords: Supreme court | Private international law | Comparative law | Mots clefs: Cour suprême | Droit international privé | Droit comparé | ABSTRACT In the introduction to his course, Hans Lewald presents the functions of supreme courts. He then examines the control of the determination of the applicable law: cases of erroneous application of a conflict rule, written and unwritten conflict rule, control of the unification, control of the foreign conflict rule, procedural conditions concerning the exercise…

Contribution de la Cour suprême des États-Unis au développement du droit des gens (Volume 69)

(38,609 words)

Author(s): Hostie, Jean
Hostie, Jean Keywords: United States of America | Supreme court | Public international law | Mots clefs: Etats-Unis d’Amérique | Cour suprême | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Jean Hostie explains that the Supreme Court of the United States holds a unique position in the Law of nations because of two particularities: the Supreme Court has inherited the jurisdiction over disputes between States of the Union and, in the disputes between individuals, its freedom of judgment with respect to other governmental powers is m…