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Revisiting Extraterritorial Jurisdiction: A Territorial Justification for Extraterritorial Jurisdiction under the European Convention

The Concept of Jurisdiction and Extraterritorial Acts of State

Closing Legal Black Holes: The Role of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Refugee Rights Protection

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British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in Japan: The Case of the Ravenna and the Chishima

Habeas Corpus and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction after Boumediene: Towards a Doctrine of ‘Effective Control’ in the United States

Convention between Great Britain and the United States respecting Extraterritorial Jurisdiction at Zanzibar, signed at Washington, 25 February 1905

Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Theory and Practice. Edited by Karl M. Meessen. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, 1996. xvii + 262 pp. £89

Part III Important Themes in Armed Conflicts in 2012, 11 Complementarity and Universal Jurisdiction: South Africa’s ICC Act and the Domestic Investigation of Extraterritorial International Crimes

Exchange of Notes between Germany and Great Britain as to the Abolition of German Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Zanzibar, signed at Berlin, 25 February/15 March 1907

Exchange of Notes between Great Britain and the United states respecting the Abolition of American Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Zanzibar, signed at Washington, 29 April/1 May 1907

Exchange of Notes between Belgium and Great Britain as to the Abolition of Belgian Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Zanzibar, signed at Brussels, 7/15 May 1907

Exchange of Notes between Austria-Hungary and Great Britain as to the Abolition of Austro-Hungarian Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Zanzibar, signed at Vienna, 8/11 May 1907

 

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By definition, any jurisdiction that is not based on the territory of the State. Thus, national jurisdiction (see nationality principle), protective or security jurisdiction (see protective principle), passive personality jurisdiction ...

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