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Expropriation in public international law.

Ben Atkinson Wortley

Expropriation in public international law.

by Ben Atkinson Wortley

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Published by University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eminent domain (International law)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCambridge studies in international and comparative law -- 6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX4263.P6 W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination169 p.
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17381980M

      Public International Law is composed of the laws, rules, and principles of general application that deal with the conduct of nation states and international organisations among themselves as well as the relationships between nation states and international organisations with persons, whether natural or : Robin Gardner. Expropriation in the sense of an outright taking of private property by the state, usually involving a transfer of ownership rights to the state or to a third person, has been a major public international law issue throughout the twentieth century. The Communist and Mexican nationalization measures in the s, followed by socializations of private property in Eastern European countries after.

    This chapter examines the principles of compensation for expropriation through a comparison of investment arbitration and other legal systems. It discusses the treatment of compensation for expropriation in arbitration under investment treaties, including the treatments of lawful and unlawful expropriation, fair market value, the date of valuation, and moral damages for : Borzu Sabahi. An important study of expropriation, Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio Expropriation in Public International Law. Expropriation in Public International Law. By B. A. Wortley. pp, Cambridge University Press,

    Books shelved as international-law: International Law by Malcolm N. Shaw, East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity by. EXPROPRIATION AND INTERNATIONAL LAW By ALEXANDER P. FACHIRI, Of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. IN the period that has elapsed since the termination of the war, legislation has been introduced in several countries, more particularly the new or reconstituted states that have emerged as a consequence of the European upheaval, providing for the redistribution of land on terms which involve.


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Expropriation in public international law by Ben Atkinson Wortley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The rules of international law governing the expropriation of alien property have long been of central concern to foreigners in general and to foreign investors in particular. Expropriation is the most severe form of interference with property.

All expectations of the investor are destroyed if the investment is taken without adequate : Rudolf Dolzer. Indirect Expropriation in International Law (Leuven Global Governance series) Within the course of his examination, the author illuminates important concepts of public law, from deprivation of property to payment of compensation, and from margin of appreciation to by: 6.

This book is the first of a series in which experts engage critically with identified aspects of expropriation law. The internationally diverse group of contributing authors offer valuable insight into the treatment of public purpose/interest related issues as they are canvassed in jurisdictions around the : B.

Hoops. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wortley, B.A. (Ben Atkinson), Expropriation in public international law. New York: Arno Press,©   1 The law of expropriation and nationalization in times of peace developed in consonance with the evolution of the status of aliens in the host State.

Until the 18 th century, varying rules and standards applied to aliens in host States. B.A. WORTLEY, Expropriation in Public International Law. Cambridge Univer-sity Press, Professor Wortley's interest in the international law of expropriation is well known and his numerous studies on the subject are sufficient evidence of it.

The book. The International Executive. Volume 2, Issue 4. Spotlight On Protecting Foreign Property Rights. Expropriation in public International law. Wortley. Professor of International Law, University of Manchester. (Cambridge University Press, London, England) p. Summarized by permission.

Expropriation in international law receives detailed consideration in a variety of textbooks dealing generally with the broader subject area of international investment law.

Wortley, Expropriation in Public International Law. Cambridge University Press, - Volume 6 Issue 4 - K. PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 1. International law as law (legal basis.) 2. Sources. Relationship between International Law & Municipal Law. Codification, 4. History & development of the Law of Nations-Schools of Law- Positivists, Naturalists & Grotians.

Contributions of Grotius, Gentili & others. Size: KB. Several of these concepts can be found in the international law of expropriation.

Not only public purpose, non-discrimination, prompt, adequate and effective compensation, and due process, but also deprivation, police-powers, legitimate expectations and proportionality: all of them are open standards which merely orientate interpreters in a.

EXPROPRIATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 27 The main question for consideration here, is, how does a man, whether as an individual or a member of a group such as a corporation or a State, stand as regards ownership, in public international law.

Ownership or property (i.e. that which is proper to a freeman as distinct from a slave) is power ; and. Expropriation in public international law. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Wortley, B.A.

(Ben Atkinson), Expropriation in public international law. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B A Wortley.

This chapter analyses the concept of indirect expropriation in international investment agreements. In particular, it focuses on the distinction between a compensable indirect expropriation and a non-compensable general regulation.

The chapter begins by presenting the uncertainties surrounding the scope of indirect expropriation, which are reflected in partially contradicting decisions of.

Regulatory Measures and Expropriation Summary. Expropriations, in order to be legal, must be in the public interest, non-discriminatory, must take place under due process of law and against prompt adequate and effective compensation.

Direct and overt expropriations have become Size: KB. ‘The Merits and Limits of Comparativism: National Treatment in International Investment Law and the WTO’, in S. Schill (ed.), International Investment Law and Comparative Public Law (Oxford University Press, ), pp.

–Cited by: Charter of the United Nations and to public service. International watercourses Book Four Chapter XVI. International labour law Fundamental instruments Declarations The International Law Handbook is a collection of instruments used by the Codification Divi - * The International Law.

Consequently, in view of the revolutionary nature of the Charter. as compared to traditional concepts of international expropriation law. as well as Resolutionthe question becomes whether the Charter. has modified traditional international law. Part of the Studies in European Economic Law and Regulation book series (SEELR, volume 15) Brownlie I () General course on public international law, The Hague Academy of International Law.

Wortley B () Expropriation in public international law. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Google Scholar. International expropriation law provides a minimum standard of protection. Its role is not to achieve a welfare-maximizing optimal balance in the protection of foreign investment(s).

Rather, its purpose is to provide a minimum level of protection from state appropriations and arbitrary by:. [22] On injury to aliens by expropriation of their property and compensation therefore, see Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law et pass.

(6th ed. ). [23] Patrick M. Norton, A Law of the Future or a Law of the Past? Modern Tribunals and the International Law of Expropriation, 85 A.J.I.L.(). Sebastián López Escarcena offers a comprehensive coverage of the history and main concepts of the international law of expropriation.

The interaction between human rights conventions and investment treaties are analysed from a global perspective, providing the reader with a unique insight into expropriation at an international level.!1 LAWS Public International Law Course Notes!

Table of Contents Overview of International Law (IL) 9. Definition 9 Size: KB.