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" The other kind of de facto governments * * * is such as exists where a portion of the inhabitants of a country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent... "
Creating New States: Theory and Practice of Secession - Page 222
by Peter Radan - 2007 - 277 pages
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United States Reports, Supreme Court: Cases Argued and ..., Volume 6; Volume 96

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1878
...government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent State and the citizens or subjects thereof, depends entirely upon its ultimate success ; if it...establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it ; :f it succeed and become recognized, it* acts from the commencement of its existence are upheld as...
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Principles of Law: Law in General; Personal Rights; Property; Wills; Contracts

Contracts - 1903
...country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent...establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it.1" If it succeed and become recognized, its acts from the commencement of its existence are upheld...
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Report of Robert C. Morris, Agent of the United States, Before the United ...

United States - 1904 - 563 pages
...the case of a successful revolutionary government, as in the case of any other de facto government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent...succeed, and become recognized, its acts, from the canunencement ofits existence, are upheld as those of an independent nation. (Williams v. Bruffy, 9b...
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Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of ...

W. T. Sherman Doyle - Venezuela - 1904 - 1105 pages
...separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of itę acts, both against the parent state and its citizens...depends entirely upon its ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it. If it succeed and become recognized,...
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Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of ...

Jackson Harvey Ralston, W. T. Sherman Doyle - Venezuela - 1904 - 1105 pages
...separated theni*lves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of it,- acts, both against the parent state and its citizens or subjects, depends enlirel у upon °t.- ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently, all such nets...
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A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions ...

John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton - International law - 1906 - 939 pages
...country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent...depends entirely upon its ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it. If it succeed, and become recognized,...
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International Law Reports

Elihu Lauterpacht - Law - 1957 - 538 pages
...country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent...depends entirely upon its ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it. If it succeeds, and becomes recognized,...
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International Law Reports

Elihu Lauterpacht - Law - 1957 - 538 pages
...country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent state and its citi2ens or subjects, depends entirely upon its ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently,...
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International Law and the Search for Normative Order

Roscoe Ralph Oglesby - Law - 1971 - 142 pages
...growing out of the American Civil War: . . . The validity of its acts (of a revolutionary government) both against the parent state and its citizens or...depends entirely upon its ultimate success ... If it succeed and become recognized, its acts, from the commencement of its existence are upheld as those...
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Repertory of International Arbitral Jurisprudence: 1794-1918

Vincent Coussirat-CoustŠere, Pierre Michel Eisemann - Law - 1989 - 580 pages
...country have separated themselves from the parent state and established an independent government. The validity of its acts, both against the parent...depends entirely upon its ultimate success. If it fails to establish itself permanently, all such acts perish with it. If it succeed and become recognized,...
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