Nationalization: A Study in the Protection of Alien Property in International Law

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Greenwood Press, 1982 - Law - 136 pages
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Extensive nationalization, compromising not only the property of a single individual, but whole sectors of the economic system of the country gives rise to problems which cannot technically be solved on the basis of a few simple principles. The evolution of international law regarding the question of the international consequences of nationalization of property is elucidated in this work.

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3 What interests provide the motive for nationalization?
The character of international law

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ighel /f Isi

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