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II.1. Convention on Certain Questions Relating to the Conflict of Nationality Laws

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This chapter explains the convention on certain questions relating to the conflict of nationality laws. It first explains the general principles of convention. Then, the chapter describes the nationality of married women and the nationality of children. Rules of law which confer nationality by reason of birth on the territory of a state shall not apply automatically to children born to persons enjoying diplomatic immunities in the country where the birth occurs. If the law of a State recognises that its nationality may be lost as the result of adoption, this loss shall be conditional upon the acquisition by the person adopted of the nationality of the person by whom he is adopted, under the law of the State of which the latter is a national relating to the effect of adoption upon nationality.

Keywords: diplomatic immunities; nationality laws; nationality of children; nationality of married women



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