The Position of Foreign States before National Courts: Chiefly in Continental Europe

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(Italics refer to pages where case is only mentioned; text type to those where a simple statement is made regarding it; bold face type to those where it is analysed.)


AUSTRIA
PAGE
[ A. v. das Ottomanischen Kaiserreich]
Oberster Gerichtshof, Sept. 4, 1877273
[ A. v. die türkische Regierung]
Oberster Gerichtshof, May 22, 186327, 267
A. und C. v. (1) das k. k. österreichische Aerar, (2) das königlich ungarische Aerar, (3) das k. und k. österreichisch-ungarische gemeinsame Aerar.
Oberster Gerichtshof, Aug. 17, 18876, 266
Das königliche preussische Fiscus v. X.
Oberster Gerichtshof, Feb. 7, 1894275
Kriegs-Getreide-Verkehrsanstalt v. den rumänischen Staat
Oberster Gerichtshof, Feb. 5, 1918272, 275
Die österreichisch-ungarische Bank v. den ungarischen Staat
Oberster Gerichtshof, Aug. 27, 1919266
[ Die Pfortenregierung v. A.]
Oberster Gerichtshof, Oct. 6, 186327, 267
Oberster Gerichtshof, Sept. 5, 186648, 268
X. v. čechoslovakischen Finanzärar
Oberster Gerichtshof, Jan. 20, 192623, 274
X. v. das Deutsche Reich
Oberster Gerichtshof, Jan. 3, 187817, 271
X. v. den Staat O.
Oberster Gerichtshof, Jan. 5, 192016, 269
[ X. v. den ungarischen Staat]
Oberster Gerichtshof, Sept. 3, 1930273
X. v. die Tschechoslowakischen Republik
Oberster Gerichtshof, Sept. 11, 192817, 270
X. v. Johanniter-(Malteser-) Ordens
Oberster Gerichtshof, March 7, 18885, 265
Y. v. das Kaiserreich X.
Oberster Gerichtshof, March 15, 192117, 46, 271

BELGIUM
Administration des Contributions directes v. Chemin de Fer de Braine-le-Comte à Gand
Cour de Cassation, Mar. 5, 1917188
Boshart v. État Indépendent du Congo
Tribunal Civil, Brussels, Feb. 5, 18985, 10, 33, 202
Braive v. le Gouvernement Ottoman
Juge de Paix, Brussels, Apr. 28, 190216, 33, 199, 217

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