Report and Recommendations Concerning a Plan of Arbitration for the Settlement of Disputes Between the American Republics

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1890 - Arbitration (International law) - 6 pages
 

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Page 4 - When the Court shall consist of several arbitrators, a majority of the whole number may act, notwithstanding the absence or withdrawal of the minority. In such case the majority shall continue in the performance of their duties, until they shall have reached a final determination of the questions submitted for their consideration.
Page 6 - Las cesiones de territorio que se hicieren durante el tiempo que subsista el Tratado de arbitraje, serán nulas, si se hubieren verificado bajo la amenaza de la guerra, o la presión de la fuerza armada. "3...
Page 1 - I transmit herewith a letter from the Secretary of State, which is accompanied by the...
Page 6 - El principio de conquista queda eliminado del derecho público americano, durante el tiempo que esté en vigor el Tratado de Arbitraje. 2°. Las cesiones de territorio que se hicieren durante el tiempo que subsista el Tratado de Arbitraje serán nulas, si se hubieren verificado bajo la amenaza de la guerra, o la presión de la fuerza armada.
Page 5 - Washington on or before the first day of May, AD 1891. Any other nation may accept this treaty and become a party thereto, by signing a copy thereof and depositing the same with the Government of the United States; whereupon the said Government shall communicate this fact to the other contracting parties.
Page 6 - That all cessions of territory made during the continuance of the Treaty of Arbitration shall be void, if made under threats of war or the presence of an armed force.
Page 2 - The republics of North, Central, and South America hereby adopt arbitration as a principle of American international law for the settlement of the differences, disputes, or controversies that may arise between two or more of them.
Page 2 - ... the existing conditions of the respective nations are especially propitious for the adoption of arbitration as a substitute for armed struggles; Convinced by reason of their friendly and cordial meeting in the present Conference that the American Republics, controlled alike by the principles...
Page 3 - No pueden renovarse, en virtud de este Tratado, las cuestiones sobre que las partes tengan celebrados ya arreglos definitivos. En tales casos, el arbitraje se limitará exclusivamente á las cuestiones que se susciten sobre validez, inteligencia y cumplimiento de dichos arreglos.
Page 6 - Conference feels that it would fall short of the most exalted conception of its mission were it to abstain from embodying its pacific and fraternal sentiments in declarations tending to promote national stability and...

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