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Nationality in Municipal and International Law

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This chapter summarises the significance and consequences of nationality in municipal and international law in order to allow conclusions to be drawn about the consequences of current state practice related to multiple-nationality. It separately examines the nationality in international law, and nationality in municipal law, and shows that there are important differences between nationality in municipal law and in international law. For municipal and international law, both the definition of, and rules in relation to, nationality, as well as the consequences of nationality, must be considered. Finally, it is clear from the summary of the rules related to nationality in municipal and international law, and the consequences of nationality in those areas, that nationality is still relevant in very practical terms for both individuals and states.

Keywords: current state practice; international law; municipal law; nationality



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