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Title: Neutralised states
Authors: Conti, R.
Keywords: Sovereignty
International and municipal law
Treaties -- Accession
Issue Date: 1952
Publisher: Malta Historical Society
Citation: Conti, R. (1952). Neutralised states. The Law Journal, 3(2), 147-156.
Abstract: NEUTRALISATION ''either of states, of parts of states, of particular bodies or streams of water is a limitation on national sovereignty which may be created by agreement". The essence of neutralisation is that it is a collective act i.e. all the Great Powers must expressly or impliedly assent to the status of neutrality permanently conferred. Another important element of neutralisation is that it is contractual.
Appears in Collections:Volume 3, Issue 2, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 2, 1952

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