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Appeal from a Judgment of the Hungaro/Czechoslovak Mixed Arbitral Tribunal (the Peter Pázmány University), Czechoslovakia v Hungary, Judgment, PCIJ Series A/B No 61, ICGJ 311 (PCIJ 1933), 15th December 1933, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]



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Whether the Hungaro-Czechoslovak Mixed Arbitral Tribunal had rightly decided that it was competent to take cognizance of the claim brought by the Peter Pázmány University of Budapest against the Czechoslovak state, under Article 250 of the Treaty of Trianon.

Whether the Czechoslovak Government was bound to restore to the University the immovable property claimed by it, freed from any measure of transfer, compulsory administration, or sequestration, and in the condition in which it was before the application of the measures in question.

Keywords: Aliens, treatment; Arbitration; International courts and tribunals, jurisdiction; Property; Treaties, application; Treaties, interpretation

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

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