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Le réglement des différends relatifs au statut d’un organisme international (Volume 124)

(33,748 words)

Author(s): Bindschedler, D.
Bindschedler, D. Keywords: International organizations | Statutes | Dispute resolution | Mots clefs: Organisations internationales | Statuts | Règlement de litiges d ordre juridique | ABSTRACT Denise Bindschedler writes that it becomes indispensible to examine to what extent and by what means the respect of the legal rule is assured within international organizations. The progressive institutionalization of the international company should in fact be accompanied by reinforcement of the legal protection of subjects partic…

Les règles du droit civil applicables aux rapports internationaux (Contribution à l’étude des principes généraux du droit visés au Statut de la Cour permanente de Justice internationale) (Volume 44)

(31,529 words)

Author(s): RIPERT, Georges
RIPERT, Georges Keywords: Permanent Court of International Justice | Statutes | Legal principles | Civil law | Mots clefs: Cour permanente de Justice internationale | Statuts | Principes de droit | Droit civil | ABSTRACT The title of Georges Ripert’s course implies the admission of the idea to be assessed in international reports about certain rules of civil law. He proposes to find out what the applicable rules are and whether the rules are applicable, but has undertaken this finding in the conviction where it was possibility, t…

Le statut juridique actuel des dominions britanniques dans le domaine du droit international (Volume 19)

(88,411 words)

Author(s): Noel Baker, Philip
Noel Baker, Philip Keywords: Great Britain | Colonies | Statutes | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Colonies britanniques | Statuts | ABSTRACT Philip Noel Baker explains that no one had seriously suggested that the "British Dominions" could have a distinct position or personality of their own in the field of international law until the year 1924, Oppenheim was the first of the leading authors to make an authoritative statement on this subject. The author reports on the legal status of the British Dominions by beginning…