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Arron N. Honniball

concept of state jurisdiction: Prescriptive jurisdiction : “to prescribe, i.e. , to make its law applicable to the activities, relations, or status of persons, or the interests of persons in things, whether by legislation, by executive act, or order, by administrative rule or recognition, or by

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Alexandre Skander Galand

This book offers a unique critical analysis of the legal nature, effects and limits of UN Security Council referrals to the International Criminal Court (ICC). Alexandre Skander Galand provides, for the first time, a full picture of two competing understandings of the nature of the Security Council referrals to the ICC, and their respective normative interplay with legal barriers to the exercise of universal prescriptive and adjudicative jurisdiction. The book shows that the application of the Rome Statute through a Security Council referral is inherently limited by the UN Charter as well as the Rome Statute, and can conflict with other branches of international law, including international human rights law, the law on immunities and the law of treaties. Hence, it spells out a conception of the nature and effects of Security Council referrals that responds to these limits and, in turn, informs the reader on the nature of the ICC itself.

Koh, Harold Hongju

  A. Types of conflicts pp. 42  B. Prescriptive jurisdiction and the effects doctrine pp. 48  C. Legislative intent and the hardened presumption against extraterritoriality pp. 63  D. Hartford Fire Insurance pp. 68  E. Whither extraterritoriality ? pp. 71

Goldziher, I.

, (a.; p., t. and others Ādat, Ādet = habit, custom), a legal term designating a prescriptive right, which is, in Islāmic countries, independently of the cononical law (s̲h̲arīʿa), made current in those juridical cases which are not closely connected with the religious ordinances. The practical

Emmanuel Roucounas

(legislative jurisdiction). He also addressed the question of whether states are under a legal duty to recognize the exercise of jurisdiction by other states and upheld the exclusion of illicit acts. Cedric Ryngaert examines jurisdiction from its prescriptive angle “which is central to the relationship between

Criminal Jurisdiction over Perpetrators of Ship-Source Pollution

International Law, State Practice and EU Harmonisation

Alla Pozdnakova

Criminal Jurisdiction over Perpetrators of Ship-Source Pollution: International Law, State Practice and EU Harmonisation provides a thorough analysis of criminal jurisdiction over the perpetrators of ship-source pollution. Criminal sanctions for discharge violations committed by sea-going vessels represent an issue of critical concern in the field of International Law, given the many devastating pollution cases which have occurred at sea, and the multitude of complications inherent in the criminal prosecution of the perpetrators of these pollution cases. The varying substantive and geographical reach of any given State’s criminal law poses unique challenges in prosecution, addressed in a comprehensive discussion which includes limitations posed by the UN Law of the Sea Convention. Additionally, consequences arising from the potential conflict between the EU harmonization measures within the field, and UNCLOS are detailed in the monograph.

Lawyers, academics, and legal researchers, will appreciate Criminal Jurisdiction over Perpetrators of Ship-Source Pollution: International Law, State Practice and EU Harmonisation as a thorough source of information on the existing rules and practice in criminal cases involving pollution violations from ships.

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Anton Moiseienko

were to deny entry to another country’s minister based on a suspicion of corruption. 2.2 Anti-corruption Entry Bans as an Exercise of Jurisdiction 2.2.1 Prescriptive, Enforcement and Adjudicatory Jurisdiction In view of the icj case law discussed above, two issues arise: (1) whether the imposition of

Prosecution of War Crimes by Invading and Occupying Forces

Applicable Legislation and Competent Courts

Festus M. Kinoti

provisions of gciv , part III, section 1 apply to the invasion phase, those of part III, section III only apply to occupation. C Jurisdiction: Prescriptive, Adjudicative and Enforcement Jurisdiction Exercise of prosecutorial powers by a State is intimately tied to its exercise of criminal jurisdiction

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Alexandre Skander Galand

territoriality of criminal law […] is not an absolute principle of international law and by no means coincides with territorial sovereignty”. 32 This concerned prescriptive jurisdiction. On the other hand, as Ryngaert observes, “[t]erritorial sovereignty would relate to enforcement jurisdiction.” 33