International Law: A Treatise, Volume 1. Front Cover. Lassa Oppenheim. Longmans, Green, and Company, – International law. The Science of the Law of Nations in the Nineteenth Cen tury as represented by treatises. Collection of Treaties. Bibliographies. PART I. International Law: A Treatise, Lassa Oppenheim. Author, Lassa Oppenheim. Editor, Hersch Lauterpacht. Edition, 6, reprint. Publisher, Longmans, Green, .
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Envoys Ceremonial and Political. Ratification regularly but not absolutely necessary.
Foreigners under the Protection of their Home State. Effect of Treaties upon Third States. The Italian Law of Guaranty.
Territorial Quality of Vessels on the Open Sea. Fisheries around the Faroe Islands and Iceland. Exceptional Character of Consuls in nonChristian States.
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Commissions in the interest of Navigation. Grotiuss Attack on Maritime Sovereignty. Space of Time for Ratification. Promotion to a higher Class.
Jurisdiction over Citizens abroad. Privileges of Private Servants.
Effectuation and Condition of Extradition. Departure from the Foreign Country. Codification of the Law of Nation. What States possess the Bight of Legation. Navigation and ceremonials on the Open Sea.
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Legal Provisions for the Open Sea. Effect of Treaties upon Third States. Independence and Territorial as well as Personal Supremacy. Presumption against conflicts between International and Municipal Law. Position of Individuals with Double Nationality. Effect of Treaties of Guarantee. Recognition Timely and Precipitate.
What kind of States can appoint Consuls. Naturalisation in Especial Conception and Importance of Naturalisation. Jurisdiction over Pirates and their Punishment. Account Options Sign in. Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Reception of Envoys to Congresses and Conferences.
Means of Securing Performance of Treaties What means have been in use.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from until death. Meaning of Sovereignty in the Eighteenth Century. Treatises of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Classical, Early, and Medieval Prose and Writers: