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Published by The University of Missouri in Columbia .
Written in English


  • Rebus sic stantibus clause (International law)

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Statementby Chesney Hill.
Series[Missouri. University] The University of Missouri studies; a quarterly of research...vol. IX,, no. 3
LC ClassificationsJX4171.C6 H5 1934
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p.
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6310196M
LC Control Number34027954

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Rebus Sic Stantibus principle has been applied by many countries and it has been accepted by the majority of international law experts as part of international law. Even though there was a debate about the doctrine application. oktrik The first commentary said by applying negative form would make the fundamental change of circumstances principle. Jun 02,  · Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Vol. 2 [], Iss. 1, Art. 5 68 Syr. J. Int'I L. & Com. [Vol. These three codifications and the arguments surrounding them 8 have considered rebus sic stantibus as an element of treaty law, and it is within the law of treaties that the doctrine has achieved most of its growth. Such an argument would have no weight in contract law (as specifically enshrined in the Latin maxim pacta sunt servanda and except, perhaps, to the extent that equity might apply) but in international relations, it is thought best to accommodate rebus sic stantibus. United States political question doctrine case law‎ (15 P) Pages in category "Legal doctrines and principles" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.