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International legal personality

Fleur Johns

International legal personality

by Fleur Johns

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Published by Ashgate in Farnham, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Persons (International law)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Fleur Johns
    SeriesThe library of essays in international law, Libraries of essays in international law
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKZ4010 .I58 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 522 p. ;
    Number of Pages522
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24790806M
    ISBN 100754628280
    ISBN 109780754628286
    LC Control Number2009924936
    OCLC/WorldCa461272319

    Reconceptualising International Legal Personality of Influential Non-State Actors: Towards a Rebuttable Presumption of Normative Responsibilities With Karsten Nowrot International legal personality requires some form of community acceptance through the granting by states of rights and/or obligations under international law to the by: 2. international personality and subjects of international law HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATION (H.I.R) When lawyers talk about an entity as a legal person or as a subject of international law, it means that the subject has the capacity to enter into legal relations and to have legal .

    It is the professed goal of international law to serve Man, yet contemporary international legal theory construes Man as a legal non-entity resigned to languish forever in the shadow of the state. This book seeks to explore the future of international law in the contemporary context of globalization.   "Chapter VII. States As Subjects Of International Law And The Expansion Of International Legal Personality" published on 01 Jan by Brill | : A.A. Cançado Trindade.

    In international society, international legal relations are generally formed by treaties. Thus, from the legal point of view, the treaty-making power is one of the essential elements of international legal personality. In principle, only sovereign States have been qualified as entities which have full international legal personality. The attribution of an international legal personality involves the capacity to perform legal acts, to have rights and duties and to enter into relations on the international level. Actually, the legal capacity of the United Nations was a question brought before the International Court of Justice.


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International Legal Personality contains fourteen articles that address these and related questions. In historical and contemporary writings, international lawyers grapple with the nature of legal identity, and confront global distributions of authority and responsibility, as they explore who or what is a 'person' in the international legal order.

The International Legal Personality of the Individual, Oxford University Press, (available here) scrutinizes the relationship between the concept of international legal personality as a theoretical construct and the position of the individual as a matter of positive international law.

By testing four main theoretical conceptions of. The Concept of International Legal Personality examines International Legal Personality (ILP) and its use in theories of international law. At the same time, it firmly bases the concept in the broader context of the intellectual and socio-political trends against whose background these theories were shaped.

Introduction. Legal personality is a concept present in international law. It is princi- pally employed to distinguish between those social entities relevant to salmost universal agreement that states are international persons.

The Concept of International Legal Personality, An Inquiry into the History and Theory of International Law This book offers a solid and detailed inquiry into the doctrinal evolution of the concept of international legal personality (ILP).Author: Robert Kolb. International Legal Personality contains fourteen essays that address these and related questions.

In historical and contemporary writings, international lawyers grapple with the nature of legal. The International Legal Personality of the Individual Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen The first monograph to offer a comprehensive study of the relationship between international legal personality as a theoretical construct and the way in which individuals have been taken into.

This book seeks to explore the future of international law in the contemporary context of globalization. In light of the newly developed 'interest based' theory of globalization, it becomes apparent that contemporary human societies will in the future no longer so readily tolerate a derivative international legal personality.

Several international legal issues are related to the concept of legal personality, including the determination of international rights and duties of non-state actors and the legal capacities of transnational institutions. When addressing these issues, different understandings of legal personality are employed.

These concepts consider different entities to be international persons, state. The relative lack of literature on this topic means that Portmann’s book will no doubt find a place on the bookshelf of many international lawyers and particularly those interested in the historical and theoretical underpinnings of the main conceptions of international legal personality.'Author: Roland Portmann.

International Law Handbook. The International Law Handbook was prepared by the Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs under the United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law, pursuant to General Assembly resolution 70/ of 14 December Ambassador Emmanuel K.

Dadzie of Ghana proposed the. International Legal Personality International law is based on rules made by states for states.

States are sovereign and equal in their relations and can thus voluntarily create or accept to abide by legally binding rules, usually in the form of a treaty or convention.

A means of international representation that holds the acquirement of personality comes with privileges and responsibilities to other personalities. International legal personality is an important facet of international law that has developed throughout history as a means of international representation.

Summary: In historical and contemporary writings, international lawyers grapple with the nature of legal identity. These essays document the emergence of an international legal order increasingly conceived in terms of patterns and probabilities, rather than as the stagecraft of a.

International Legal Personality contains fourteen articles that address these and related questions. In historical and contemporary writings, international lawyers grapple with the nature of legal identity, and confront global distributions of authority and responsibility, as they explore who or what is a 'person' in the international legal : Taylor And Francis.

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1 H Kelsen, General Theory of Law and State (Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA, ) 93ff. © The Author Published by Oxford University : Fernando Lusa Bordin.International Legal Personality contains fourteen articles that address these and related questions.

In historical and contemporary writings, international lawyers grapple with the nature of legal identity, and confront global distributions of authority and responsibility, as they explore who or what is a \'person\' in the international legal order.The International Legal Personality of the Individual scrutinizes the relationship between the concept of international legal personality as a theoretical construct and the position of the individual as a matter of positive international law.

the book shows how present-day international lawyers continue to allow an idea, which was never Author: Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen.