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The Limits of State Jurisdiction '

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It is well known that the American Law Institute is engaged upon a project of great importance and interest to international lawyers : a restament of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States. In May 1958 there appeared their so-called Tentative Draft No. 2, (hereafter culled the Draft) a work of 278 pages covering all aspects of the problem of jurisdiction.1) The purpose of the present article is to attempt a critical study of some of the problems raised by what is in many ways the most important item of that tentative draft, namely section 8, which appears under »Title B. Scope of Jurisdiction Based on Territory«, and would provide as follows:

Affiliations: 1: International Law, University of Cambridge

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1962-01-01
2016-12-03

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