The Essentials of International Public Law and Organization

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Rights and Duties of Diplomatic Agents. -- 14 Annuaire ( 1895-96), 201-44; Baty, in 8 Grotius Soc. ( 1923), 21-36; Bluntschli, Arts. 159-243; Bonfils or * 1 (3 Pt.) Fauchille, Nos. 652-732; Bry, Précis élémentaire de droit int. ( 1906), Nos. 215-58; Bulmerincq, in 1 Marquardsen, Handbuch, §§ 71, 73, 76, 80; Bynkershoek, De foro legatorum ( 1721); *3 Calvo, H 1310-67, 1480- 1549, 6 Ibid., §§ 258-lb /> 262, 285, 304-23, and Art. on "Exterritorialité" in 1 Dictionnaire de droit int. ( 1885), 315-20; Chrétien, Principes de droit int. public ( 1893), Nos. 442-542; 1 Cobbett, 305-21; Corwin, The President's Control of Foreign Relations ( 1917); Crouzet, De l'inviolabilité ( 1875); Dana, note 129, Dana's ed. of Wheaton, 303-07; Davis, ch. 7; Despagnet, Nos. 218-52; et de Vallat, Formulaire des Chancelleries diplomatiques et consulaires ( 1908); Droin, L'exterritorialité des agents diplomatiques ( 1895); Eagleton, in 19 A. J. ( 1925), 293-314; Egerton, in 19 A. J. ( 1925), 293 ff.; * Evans, Cases, 212-31: Fenwick, ch. 21; Féraud-Giraud, États, souverains, personnel diplomatique et consulaire, etc., devant les tribunals étrangers ( 1895); 2 Fiore, Nos. 1103-75, and Int. Law Cod. ( 1918), Arts. 427-94; "Foreign and Diplomatic Service," in Brit. Yr. Bk. ( 1920-21), 97 ff.; Foster, Practice of Diplomacy ( 1906), passim; Field, Outlines of an Int. Code ( 1876), Arts. 91-158: Funck Brentano et Sorel, liv. 1, ch. 5; * Garcia de la Vega , Guide pratique ( 4th ed., 1905); Geffcken, in 3 Holtzendorff, 605-84; Gentilis, De legationibus ( 1612), lib. III; * Grotius, ( 1629), lib. II, cap. 18; * Hall, §§ 50-54, 98-101; 1 Halleck ( 3d ed.), 269-73, 325-68; * Heffter, §§ 198-240; Hershey, Diplom. Agents and Immunities ( 1919); * Heyking, L'exterritorialité ( 1889); Hubler, Die Magistraturen ( 1895); Hughes, in 16 A. J. ( 1922), 355 ff.; Hunt, Department of State of U. S. ( 1914); * 1 Hyde, §§ 408-59; Instructions to Diplomatic Officers of the U. S. ( 1897); * Kebedgy, Die diplomatischen Privilegieu ( 1901); Klüber, §§ 166-230; Lawrence, §§ 106, 121-30; * Lay, Foreign Service of the U. S. ( 1925); particularly ch. 3; * Lehr, Manuel des agents diplomatique ( 1888); Lisboa, Les fonctions diplomatiques ( 1908); Liszt, § 23; J. de Louter, §§ 32-33; Ch de Martens, Le guide diplomatique ( 5th ed., 1866), and Causes célèbres ( 1827); * 2 G. F. de Martens, §§ 175-250; 2 F. de Martens, §§ 6-17; * Mathews, The Conduct of Am. Foreign Policy ( 1922), passim; McIlwrath, "The

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not universal, so far as constitutional law is concerned. In many countries States may be sued as ordinary litigants, but International Law does not admit the submission of one State to the jurisdiction of another. See, especially Bisschop, on "Immunities of States Marinitime Law", in Brit. Yr. Bk. ( 1922- 23), 159 ff.

To the principle laid down in the text, there seems to be an exception, viz. where the State owns or inherits real property or conducts a business enterprise in the territory of another State. On the much-discussed Zappa Affair, see especially 6 Calvo, §§ 286-99; Despagnet, No. 186; and 1 Westlake, 251-52. For references on the Zappa Affair, see 1 Fauchille, p. 477.

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