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Topic 6 Immunity from Juristdiction

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Immunity from jurisdiction involves diplomatic immunity and inviolability. There is also a section on foreign state immunity

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Topic 6 Immunity from Juristdiction
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International law Law Jurisdiction International criminal law International relations Government Criminal law Civil procedure Universal jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction over international defendants in the United States Extraterritorial jurisdiction Legality
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International law Law Jurisdiction International criminal law International relations Government Criminal law Civil procedure Universal jurisdiction Personal jurisdiction over international defendants in the United States Extraterritorial jurisdiction Legality
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” DJ Harris, Cases and Materials on International Law, 7th edn, (2010) 227 • The power of states under international law to exercise, apply and enforce their municipal law in places including extraterritorial situations • Jurisdiction = power or competence of state to prescribe or enforce its laws o Incl extraterritorial reach 1. Prescriptive/legislative (Legislative power) = power of parliament to pass laws (extra territorial) 2. Enforcement (Executive power) = give force or effect to law → limited to the territory of the enforcing state (SS Lotus) 3. Adjudicative (judicial power) = apply law and decide dispute • ICCourts jurisdiction → treaty which sets up courts, far broader than jurisdiction of states A. CIVIL JURISDICTION • No universal civil jurisdiction • Tendency to leave question of civil jurisdict...
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