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relative rights

Mental Health Law and Human Rights: Compulsory Detention and the ‘Nearest Relative’

Convention On International Recognition Of Rights In Aircraft (Geneva, 1948)/Convention Relative A La Reconnaissance Internationale Des Droits Sur Aeronef (Genève, 1948)

Convention between Belgium and Hesse-Darmstadt relative to Rights of Succession, signed at Darmstadt, 15 April 1840

Convention between Austria and Turkey relative to the Austrian Rights of Pasture in Bulgaria, signed at Constantinople, 7 February 1855

Convention between France and Great Britain relative to the Rights of Fishing on the Coast of Newfoundland, signed at London, 14 January 1857

Treaty between Great Britain and Nicaragua relative to the Mosquito Indians and the Rights and Claims of British Subjects, signed at Managua, 28 January 1860

Treaty and Final Protocol between Lubeck and Prussia relative to Navigation etc. Rights on the Elbe-Trave Canal, signed at Lubeck, 17 April 1903

Agreement between Belgium and France relative to French Preferential Rights in Congolese Territories, signed at Paris, 23 December 1908

Arrangement between Belgium and France relative to French preferential Rights over the Territories of the Congo Free State, signed at Paris, 5 February 1895

Exchange of Notes between Ecuador and Japan relative to Immigration and the Enjoyment of Civil Rights in Ecuador, signed at Washington, 26 August 1918

Convention between Norway and Sweden relative to the Pasturage Rights of Nomadic Lapps, signed at Christiania, 5 February 1919

Convention between Norway and Sweden relative to the Rights of the Lapps to Reindeer Pasturage, signed at Stockholm, 8 April 1913

Declaration between France and Spain relative to the Renunciation of Capitulatory Rights in Morocco, signed at Madrid, 7 March 1914

Declaration between France and Greece relative to the Renunciation of Capitulatory Rights in Morocco, signed at Athens, 21 May 1914

Declaration between Bolivia and France relative to the Renunciation of Capitulatory Rights in the French Zone of Morocco, signed at La Paz, 21 June 1915

Declaration between Greece and Spain relative to the Greek Renunciation of Capitulatory Rights in Morocco, signed at Athens, 30 May 1917

Declaration between Portugal and Spain relative to the Renunciation of Portuguese Capitulatory Rights in the Spanish Zone of Morocco, signed at Lisbon, 20 July 1918

Treaty between Germany and Switzerland relative to the Rights of Nationals of each Party in the Territory of the other, signed at Berne, 31 October 1910

 

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This term denotes rights under international law that are not real or absolute in character, but rather personal or relative in character: Schwarzenberger, International Law: International Courts (3rd ed. 1957) ...

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