continuity doctrine

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(1) The term ‘continuity’ is sometimes used interchangeably with ‘contiguity’, connoting geographical or topographical proximity. See Waldock, Disputed Sovereignty in the Falkland Islands Dependencies, (1948) 25 B.Y.I.L. 311 esp. at ...

Subjects: International Law.

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