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par in parem non habet imperium

[Latin: equals do not have authority over one another] In public international law, the principle that one sovereign power cannot exercise jurisdiction over another sovereign ...

Par in parem imperium non habet

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Guide to Latin in International Law

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... in parem imperium non habet par ēn pa´rām ēmpār´ē-ūm nōn ha´bāt . par in pa´rem impē´rē-um nan hâ´bet . “Equals have no sovereignty over each other.” An alternative formulation of Par in parem non habet imperium...

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Guide to Latin in International Law

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... in parem non habet imperium par ēn pa´rām nōn ha´bāt ēmpār´ē-ūm . par in pa´rem nan hâ´bet impē´rē-um . “Equals have no sovereignty over each other.” A maxim meaning that sovereign states may not exercise prescriptive, executive, or adjudicative jurisdiction over another sovereign, because such exercises unacceptably imply that the states do not benefit from equal dignity. An alternative formulation is Par in parem imperium non habet . See also Iurisdictio inhaeret, cohaeret, adhaeret imperio; par in parem non habet iudicium and Par in parem non habet...

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A Dictionary of Law (9 ed.)

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...par in parem non habet imperium [Latin: equals do not have authority over one another] In public international law, the principle that one sovereign power cannot exercise jurisdiction over another sovereign power. It is the basis of the act of state doctrine and sovereign immunity...

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A Dictionary of Law Enforcement (2 ed.)

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2015
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... in parem non habet imperium [Latin: equals do not have authority over one another] In public international law, the principle that one sovereign power cannot exercise jurisdiction over another sovereign power. It is the basis of the act of state doctrine and sovereign immunity...

par in parem non habet imperium

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Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (3 ed.)

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2009
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... in parem non habet imperium The principle that, as a consequence of the equality of States in international law, no State can claim jurisdiction over another, is manifest in, e.g., the rules on sovereign immunity ; and in the statement in the Lotus Case ( 1927 ) P.C.I.J, Ser. A, No. 10 at 18: ‘ … the first and foremost restriction imposed by international law upon a State is that—failing the existence of a permissive rule to the contrary—it may not exercise its power in any form in the territory of another...

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[Latin: equals do not have authority over one another]In public international law, the principle that one sovereign power cannot exercise jurisdiction over another sovereign power. It is the basis of ...
Par in parem non habet iurisdictionem

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Guide to Latin in International Law

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...class of acts by a foreign state ( acta iure gestionis ). Compare with Rex extra territorium suum privatem . See also Iurisdictio inhaeret, cohaeret, adhaeret imperio; par in parem non habet iudicium and Par in parem non habet imperium...

Iurisdictio inhaeret, cohaeret, adhaeret imperio; par in parem non habet iudicium

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Guide to Latin in International Law

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2011
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...inhaeret, cohaeret, adhaeret imperio; par in parem non habet iudicium yūrēsdēk´tēō ēnhī´rāt, kōhī´rāt, adhī´rāt ēmpā´rēō; par ēn pa´rām nōn ha´bāt yūdē´kē‐ūm . jɜrisdik´šō in´heret, cō´heret, âd´heret impē´rēō; par in pa´rem nan hâ´bet jūdi´šum . “Legal authority clings to sovereignty, belongs to it, and remains inherent to it; no one passes judgment upon an equal.” A maxim meaning that the courts of one sovereign have no power to sit in judgment over the actions of another sovereign because such an exercise of jurisdiction implicitly subordinates...

Actum iure imperii

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Guide to Latin in International Law

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...jɜ´rē impɜ´rī.] “Act of sovereign right.” An act of the kind that only a sovereign may undertake, which generally cannot give rise to a cause of action in a foreign court under principles of foreign sovereign immunity. Compare with Actum imperii . See example of usage under, and contrast with, Actum iure gestionis . See also Iure imperii , De iure imperii , and Par in parem non habet imperium...

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