Diplomatic privileges, immunities, etc. in Denmark.

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ContributionsDenmark. Udenrigsministeriet.
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LC ClassificationsJX1672 .D55 1975
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Pagination29 p. ;
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL3042136M
LC Control Number82134457

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Any government which fails to provide these to a diplomat within its territory knows that it could suffer not only collective protests from the diplomatic corps in its own capital, but also retaliation against its own representatives in a foreign State.

PART Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges 3. Immunities and privileges of heads of mission. Immunities and privileges of members of staffs and of families of heads of missions.

Consular immunity may be conferred by regulations. PART International Organizations and Persons connected therewith 6. Immunities, privileges, etc., of.

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In Ireland ratified the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations Book Supplement to the Volume on Laws and Regulations Regarding Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities () Book Legislative Texts and Treaty Provisions Concerning the Utilization of International Rivers for Other Purposes than Navigation ().

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This Diplomatic Guide contains information to foreign missions and international organisations about enjoyment of various privileges and immunities under the Vienna Conventions and individual host agreements in Denmark.

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TITLE: 1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. New York, 13 February Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations Adopted. OCT. ] Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities of diplomatic immunity, accepted by the experts in international law It is also generally agreed that subordinate staff members must be engaged on a permanent basis and not under a casual contract of service.

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Anderson MS () The Rise of Modern Diplomacy, London: Longman. 3 DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES 22 Introduction 22 Theoretical bases for diplomatic immunity 22 Diplomatic immunity due to personal representation of the Sovereign 22 Diplomatic immunity due to exterritoriality 23 Diplomatic immunity due to functional necessity 23 The role of reciprocity Inviolability: Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges.

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PART I. – PRELIMINARY. INTERPRETATION. Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges Amendment Act 35 of [w.e.f. 30 October - Proc 70 / GG / ] ACT To make provision regarding the immunities and privileges of diplomatic missions and consular posts and their members, of heads of states, special envoys and certain.

Immunities and privileges of international organisations and persons connected therewith Immunities, etc., of certain international organisations, etc. Power to confer immunity on certain persons.

Extent of privileges. Immunities and privileges of representative attending international conferences. 25 January Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities Act Part 1 s 5 5 (a) the term mission includes an office of the representatives of the govern-ing authority of any country, province of a country, or component of a federal state; and (b) the term State includes any country, province of a.

Book 8: Supplement to Laws and Regulations on the Regime of the High Seas (Volumes I and II) and Laws Concerning the Nationality of Ships () Book 7: Laws and Regulations Regarding Diplomatic and Consular Privileges and Immunities () Book 6: Laws and Regulations on the Regime of the Territorial Sea () Books 1–5.

Diplomatic immunity, in international law, the immunities enjoyed by foreign states or international organizations and their official representatives from the jurisdiction of the country in which they are present.

The inviolability of diplomatic envoys has been recognized by most civilizations and states throughout history. To ensure exchanges of information and to maintain contact, most. TRIPARTITE OF DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITIES Tripartite of diplomatic immunities* 1.

Inviolability of mission premises and its staff 2. Diplomats enjoy freedom from criminal jurisdiction 3. Leads to granting of privileges such as exemptions from dues, taxation and custom duties * Berridge/ Lloyd (), Dictionary of Diplomacy, p.

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Draws together many of the arguments for and against a reduction in diplomatic privileges and immunities, to determine whether such privileges and immunities are a necessary evil. It focuses on the problem of abuse and gives an explanation of the rationale of diplomatic privileges and immunities.

(source: Nielsen Book Data). Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity that ensures diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or prosecution under the host country's laws, although they may still be diplomatic immunity was codified as international law in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations () which has been ratified by all but a handful of nations.

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17 Septemberin accordance with section The. It describes formalities on arrival in and departure from France, the various status categories, immunities, and customs and tax privileges. Information on daily life and useful addresses are also given. General provisions. The rules described in this Vade Mecum apply to all categories of Staff of diplomatic missions and consular posts.

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