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Certain German interests in Polish Upper Silesia, Germany v Poland, Merits, Judgment, (1926) PCIJ Series A no 7, ICGJ 241 (PCIJ 1926), 25th May 1926, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]



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Whether the application of a Polish law of 14 July 1920, and the attitude of the Polish Government towards the Oberschlesische Stickstoffwerke Co and the Bayerische Stickstoffwerke Co, which owned land and operated a factory, respectively, in the Chorzów region of Poland, contradicted Article 6 of the Convention Relating to Upper Silesia (Germany/Poland), (Geneva, 15 May 1922) (the ‘Convention’).

Whether the intention of the Polish Government to liquidate certain rural estates was consistent with Articles 6–22 of the Convention.

Keywords: Corporations; Debts; Expropriation; International courts and tribunals, jurisdiction; International law and domestic law, conflicts between; International law and domestic law, consistent interpretation; Investments; Nationality; Property; State succession; Treaties, application; Treaties, effect for third states; Treaties, interpretation

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