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identification and return of remains by an autonomous non-governmental organisation. While not directly reflecting the views of government and taking place long after the cessation of hostilities, the work of this organisation appears entirely motivated by the belief that families have a right to receive the

In: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

necessarily a citizen of Jordan, and each category [of passport holder] has its own laws and regulations ... Further, the granting of a temporary passport [to individuals like the petitioner] was intended to facilitate the movement of those persons, and [it was motivated by] the special relationship that ties

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Stuart Kaye

– although size may correlate to the availability of water, food, living space, and resources for an economic life – size cannot be dispositive of a feature’s status as a fully entitled island or rock and is not, on its own, a relevant factor. As noted by the International Court of Justice in Territorial

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Frank Cranmer

’ approach and concluded: The duties owed by the pastor to the church are not contractual or enforceable. A pastor is called and accepts the call. He does not devote his working life but his whole life to the church and his religion. His duties are defined and his activities are dictated not by contract but

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Law and Religion
Author: Alfred de Zayas

the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group, as such: (a) killing members of the group (b) causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group (c) deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

demolition of houses is invariably carried out on the basis of a suspicion that their owners, or any one living in the houses, may have been involved in fedayeen activities. Such operations are carried out without inves- tigation and the suspects are not brought to trial. Houses are demolished regardless of

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: John A. Lovett

jurisdiction in which they live—Louisiana—governs their life plans and projects. By examining moments when Esther and Louis are confronted with a particularly significant legal choice and are therefore most likely to seek the advice of lawyers, this Article seeks to shed some new light on an old

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

dealt with in a separate heading. This is motivated, first, by their specific nature in terms of the right holders; and second, by their specific importance in the evolution of both Arab and world constitutionalism. 3.1 The Case of Tunisia From a comparison between the 2008 and 2014 Tunisian

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law
Author: Richard Falk

's interest to improve the lot of the Palestinians living under the Palestin- ian Authority as quickly as possible at the street level. Similarly, it was important for the PLO leadership to expand its political base in areas under its control by creating employment opportunities and improving life

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

, but could not prove that the compulsion was immediate or life-threatening. In holding that lower standards could not be accepted for this defense, the court remarked that we now live in a society based on freedom, dignity, ubuntu , and respect for life. Implicit in the idea of ubuntu was the

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance