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Other Aspects Of International Practice

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This chapter deals with international practice other than conventional law regarding reparation of damages caused by hazardous activities. States are uneasy about reparation of transboundary harm caused by hazardous but lawful activities. Some of the cases which are commented upon presently have already been the object of many analyses and interpretations. Although the rule was formulated as applying to an environmental interference, it may perhaps be also extended to any other kind of significant transboundary damage caused by a hazardous activity.

Keywords: conventional law; hazardous activities; international practice; transboundary damage



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