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bis

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — International Law.

A Latin adverb used in treaty practice to connote a second article with the same number as an existing article, employed in drafting to indicate another version of the text ...

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petition

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — International Law.

A written application for a legal remedy or relief that is only available if statute or rules of procedure permit it.

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rejoinder

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — International Law.

N.

Formerly, a pleading served by a defendant in answer to the claimant's reply. Such a pleading could only be served with the court's permission.

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safe-conduct

Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography — International Law.

‘A safe-conduct is a written permission given by a belligerent to enemy subjects or others, allowing them to proceed to a particular place for a defined object; for instance, to ...

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