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" And those acts of parliament, which have from time to time been made to enforce this universal law, or to facilitate the execution of its decisions, are not to be considered as introductive of any new rule, but merely as declaratory of the old fundamental... "
Cases on Private International Law - Página 18
de John William Dwyer - 1899 - 509 páginas
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International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Treaties, Cases, and Analysis

Francisco Forrest Martin, Stephen J. Schnably, Richard Wilson, Jonathan Simon, Mark Tushnet - 2006
...to facilitate the execution of [its] decisions, are not to be considered as introductive of any new rule, but merely as declaratory of the old fundamental...it must cease to be a part of the civilized world." 4 Commentaries 67. Indeed, Sosa's argument is undermined by the 1781 resolution on which he principally...
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The Constitution of Law: Legality in a Time of Emergency

David Dyzenhaus - 2006
...the execution of it's decisions, are not to be considered as introductive of any new rule, but merely declaratory of the old fundamental constitutions of...which it must cease to be a part of the civilized world.41 Sir William Blackstone We have seen at various times in this book that the conversation between...
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The Constitution as Treaty: The International Legal Constructionalist ...

Francisco Forrest Martin - 2007
...to facilitate the execution of [its] decisions, are not to be considered as introductive of any new rule, but merely as declaratory of the old fundamental...must cease to be a part of the civilized world."). 98 The term "offenses" meant both criminal and noncriminal "violations." See 4 BLACKSTONE, supra note...
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The Infulence of the Roman Law on the Law of England

...as for instance in the drawing, acceptance and transfer of inland bills of Exchange." And again : " thus in mercantile questions, such as bills of exchange...marine causes relating to freight, average, demurrage, bottomry, insurances, and others of a similar nature, the law merchant, which is a branch of the law...
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