2 edition of Paper on the doctrine of continuous voyage found in the catalog.
Paper on the doctrine of continuous voyage
Charles Noble Gregory
At head of title: London Conference, 1910.
|Statement||by C. Noble Gregory.|
|Contributions||International Law Association.|
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Continuous voyage, in international law, a voyage that, in view of its purposes, is regarded as one single voyage though interrupted (as in the transshipment of contraband of war). The doctrine specifically refers to the stoppage and seizure of goods carried by neutral vessels either.
the question of the application of the doctrine of continuous voy-ages. The location of Hong Kong will again make it an extremely convenient intermediate "neutral" port as during the Franco-Chinese war in The doctrine of continuous voyages was developed by the Eng.
From inside the book. What people are Contents. The Doctrine of Continuous Voyage. Early Cases on Blockade and Contra. Later Applications of the Doctrine. 9 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. The Doctrine Paper on the doctrine of continuous voyage book Continuous Voyage Herbert Whittaker Briggs Snippet view - The Doctrine of Continuous Voyage.
The Doctrine of Continuous Voyage by Herbert Whittaker Briggs (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 6. doctrine of ultimate destination (continuous voyage) The idea that allowed Union naval officers to stop British ships on the seas headed to the Bahamas that carried war supplies because they claimed that they would end up in Confederate hands.
THE "CONTINUOUS VOYAGE" DOCTRINE DURING THE CIVIL WAR, AND NOW Mr. Atherly-Jones, in his Commerce in War,' says that what the courts of the United States did, during the Civil War, was not to apply the principle of a continuous voyage (which had been originally asserted in.
Book Review: The Doctrine of Continuous Voyage. By Edwin Borchard. Abstract. It is a comparatively modern doctrine, not known before the eighteenth century. So important is it, that the legal system involved in the compromise between belligerent and neutral rights, known as international maritime law, may be destroyed if the doctrine is Author: Edwin Borchard.
dence shows that the voyage was one of contraband saltpetre to France. It does not matter where the saltpetre came from, and there is not the least necessity to invoke the doctrine of continuous voyage, for it was an admitted single voyage.
In fact, the head-note says nothing about. out of place. The subject is still a vital one, for the Civil War doctrine of "Continuous Voyage" was the thin end of the wedge which has now made it possible to interdict all trade with the enemy. It is the object of the present paper to show that it was not a well-known doctrine established since I Define the concept of "ultimate destination" or "continuous voyage".
What is the irony of this Union doctrine when compared to events prior to the War of. last destination in the territory of an enemy or under its control making goods contraband under the doctrine of continuous voyage.
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Under the "Doctrine of the Broken Voyage," if merchant ships in the Caribbean "broke a voyage" by paying duties in a U.S. port _____ The status of the cargo. 8. Write only correct answer in the Answer book. Don’t reproduce the questions. (1) In Pakistan the limit of the territorial waters is: (a) 24 (b) 12 (c) 36 (d) None of these (2) A diplomatic agent is immune from local jurisdiction: (a) In all cases (b) In criminal cases (c) In cases involving personal property (d) None of these (3) Haronon.
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