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Any International Law Students on this board?

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Zenmaster Chi, Mar 20, 2002.

  1. Zenmaster Chi

    Zenmaster Chi TRIBE Promoter

    I'm just trying to find some case info but unfortunately we at WLU have no freakin' law library.

    If anyone has any experience, let me know.


  2. Boo

    Boo TRIBE Member

    You need to specify a country and/or a problem :)
  3. Zenmaster Chi

    Zenmaster Chi TRIBE Promoter


    I'm just working on question 4.

    I was thinking of using the Tehran Hostages Case (United States of America v. Iran 1980 I.C.J. 3) to support the case that State A did not attempt fulfill its obligations under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1963) as stated under Art. 22 (2).

    As well, I figured that in regards to the idea of paying an indemnity, the British gov't had to pay a reparation to the South African gov't for not maintaining adequate protection for the embassy located in Rhodesia House in 1969 during a riot in London.

    Guarantees for safety are a given I figured as it is already outlined in the Vienna Convention 1963.

    My problem is that I can't find the relevant judgements pertaining to the Rhodesia House incident of 1969...

    I was also caught looking for specific conventions on the nature of extra-territoriality (or lack thereof) of Diplomatic Premises. The Vienna Convention outlines the limitations of the receiving state's ability to enter an embassy's premises, but I know (from lectures which are functionally useless) that a state still have jurisdiction rights over embassy territory within its borders. I had in my notes a reference to Fatemi v. United States (1963) in regards to the issue but can't find the case online...any leads would help.

    I was also wondering if there was anything else I should mention in regards to the judgements being made in regards to State A.

    Q's 1-3 I've handled pretty easily...I just want to make sure in my assessment of the responsibility of State A that I'm not totally off.

    Well, I should get back to the books.


  4. Boo

    Boo TRIBE Member

    OK I've done company/corporate law..... but nothing of this complication.

    I've done tax law which deals with the domicile of a person for tax purposes and there are about 6 tests for that...but this is WAY out of my league :)
  5. madnezz

    madnezz TRIBE Member

    if you check back with me in a couple years I will be able to help you *grin*


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