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Privileges and Immunities of Diplomatic Agents in Transit to or from their Post of Duty

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posted on 2023-08-03, 13:04 authored by Margaret S. Ramsey

This work is principally a study of eases relating to the privileges and immunities of diplomatic agents in transit. Conclusions are based on what the writer considers the law to be as manifested by the accumulative practice of nations. The conclusions reached are supplemented by the opinions of some of the outstanding writers on international. Immunities and privileges of diplomatic agents in the countries to which they are accredited are assumed to be known as they are well established by international law and extensively treated by writers on international law. The short introduction merely indicates the basic reasons for diplomatic immunity and attempts to establish that these basic reasons for diplomatic immunity apply to diplomatic agents while they are travelling to and from their post as well as when they are situated in the country to which they are accredited.

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