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2013 | 4 | 39-66
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Immunitet jurysdykcyjny organizacji międzynarodowej – immunitet jurysdykcyjny państwa: zwrot wektorów

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The jurisdictional immunity of an international organization – the jurisdictional immunity of a state: turn of vectors
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The aim of the study was to answer the question of whether there are universal norms of customary international law governing the immunity of international organizations and their property; what are the obstacles to the development of the UN Convention governing the immunity of international organizations. In the comparative legal analysis, Jerzy Menkes proves that states immunities stem from international and national laws. In the case of immunities derived from international law, there are no universal standards defining the scope of jurisdiction immunity of the state and its properties. Jurisdictional immunity of international organizations has its only source in international law (many states also regulate the issue in their domestic law). The study showed that international regulations move in contradictory directions, as regards the states there is a move away from absolute immunity, in respect of international organizations expansion of both the catalog of entitled entities and the scope of immunity is observed.
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4
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39-66
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