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Polish Postal Service in Danzig, Poland v High Commissioner of the League of Nations and Free City of Danzig, Advisory Opinion, PCIJ Series B No 11, ICGJ 278 (PCIJ 1925), 16th May 1925, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]



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Whether there was any decision of General Haking in force to decide the relevant issues regarding the Polish Postal Service.

Whether, within the port of Danzig, the Polish postal service was entitled to set up letterboxes and collect and deliver postal matter outside its premises in the Heveliusplatz, and was restricted to operations which could be performed entirely within those premises.

Whether the use of the said service was open to the public and was not confined to Polish authorities and officials.

Keywords: International organizations, acts; Treaties, application; Treaties, interpretation

Legal Material.  13326 words. 

Subjects: Territory ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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