The study of the problem of extraterritorial effects of confiscations and expropriations from the point of view of Comparative Law has special practical importance. There are hardly any codified rules applicable to foreign confiscations and expropriations, either in statutory law countries or in common law countries. Hence, decisions have to be based largely on generally accepted rules of public and private international law. Such general acceptance can only be proved by a comparative analysis of foreign as well as of domestic precedents.
EXTRATERRITORIAL EFFECTS OF CONFISCATIONS AND EXPROPRIATIONS,
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