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Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein v. Germany

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The exclusion of German jurisdiction under a Settlement Convention adopted after the Second World War had a legitimate objective. The applicant's interest in bringing litigation in the Federal Republic of Germany was not sufficient to outweigh the vital public interests in regaining sovereignty and unifying Germany advanced by such a treaty.

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