Pil case

Guerrero’s Transport Services Inc. v. Blaylock Services Employees Association-Kilusan, G.R. No. L-41518 June 30, 1 Advertisements

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PIL OUTLINE

PIL OUTLINE 1. Definition of Public International Law -set of rules and principles that governs the relationships between states and other international actors, whether natural or juridical. 2. Distinctions a. With Private IL b. With Municipal Law 3. Theories on relation between PIL and ML a. Monism b. Dualism c. Mixed 4. Sources of IL […]

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The Case of SS Lotus (France v. Turkey), P.C.I.J. (ser. A) No. 10 (1927)

File E. c. Docket XI Judgment No. 9 7 September 1927 PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE Twelfth (Ordinary) Session The Case of the S.S. Lotus France v. Turkey Judgment BEFORE: President: Huber Vice-President: Weiss Former President Loder Judges: Lord Finlay, Nyholm, Moore, De Bustamante, Altamira, Oda, Anzilotti, Pessoa National Judge: Feizi-Daim Bey Represented By: France: […]

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PIL_Blackmer v. United States, 284 U.S. 421 CASE BRIEF (1932)

Blackmer v. United States, 284 U.S. 421 (1932) TOPIC: Citizenship – link that binds a citizen to his country Synopsis of Rules: 1. The power to require the return of absent citizens in the public interest is inherent in sovereignty, and what in England was the sovereign prerogative in this respect pertains, under our constitutional […]

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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW CASE OUTLINE

  PIL Definition of Public International Law -set of rules and principles that governs the relationships between states and other international actors, whether natural or juridical.   Distinctions With Private IL With Municipal Law Theories on relation between PIL and ML Monism Dualism Mixed Sources of IL -(Art 38 of ICJ statute) –widely accepted Primary […]

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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW CASES DOCTRINES (STUDY GUIDE)

1. NICARAGUA VS US (1986) The Court held that the United States violated its customary international law obligation not to use force against another State. “ Under Article 2(4) of the Charter of the United Nations (UN Charter) and in customary international law, generally, there is prohibition on the use of force by one state […]

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