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International Law - Topic 5

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International Law - Topic 5
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Law International law Monism and dualism in international law Incorporation of international law Jurisdiction Common law Law of the United States Treaty English law Ratification Commonwealth v Tasmania Custom
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Topics this document covers:
Law International law Monism and dualism in international law Incorporation of international law Jurisdiction Common law Law of the United States Treaty English law Ratification Commonwealth v Tasmania Custom
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o Deadline for completion of Quiz E: 11 pm, Sunday 3 April 2016 Sub-Topic 5.1: Monism and Dualism o National legal systems o Monism - Sees national and international law as two parts of an integrated whole - National law derives its authority from international law - International law is automatically part of a state’s domestic legal order - International law predominated over national law - Associated with the civil law system o Dualism - Sees international law and domestic law as completely distinct legal orders - Inconsistencies do not rise: the system have different subjects...
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