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ssï 2ss?i5 ïc^ïr1;was in ;he neutrai

writers. The question is What invïew^ ï * *e German "^er-

of this Courtbe ?. Theredr^w ° thlSp? lüonshould the judgment governing the case But tS prTctice ST ° ^ reP°rted d^ision a lengthened period aid to a decSrT? °f the ^ Court for

r^mciplesandsoundsense SeSaSr^ the rCC(*nised Inskumentorum de Sir James MarriotT S 63 C otatl0nS du For™**e ■ interrogatories" en v^{t^£^«g> « df Standing produisons que les passaees snivan+= L, , de' dont nous ne re-

cour des prises en date duïo avrïl^T*^ k ^ ^^tion de la offered by any n»^dff^^. a^avit to be claimant shall make oaththa++r,Q o ,ner proof of his property, the daimant at ^^i^ST^^^^^ belong at the present time^Twonld h* °l CaptUre' and do the said goods had jJ^tsTS^^J10 ^ fa CaSe that clairnant in case the s^Z^r^^^^1^^

1 his practice was adopted in the Unitprl S.V " , A of S<W ^^-J [l8 n *e ^ÏJI^J? Am<™a. In the case

„Regularly the test affidavit shoulSe Hit* ^ C°mt that of shipment and also at the time of caoturï 5 /iT*7' at the time restored.bdongtotheclaimantT Jl^' if

m support were the same at the 'time of t£e ^


Ireland. In the forms ol^Smt*ï„^^F.rf ?eat Britain for release of captured ffift*'the Pme Court, if an Order to the claimants for theuse of tS ^ & expressed tn be released

the cargo of cocoa (or its procteS) wTo^T^ ^ the PreSent case mants without qualmcation tSlu t0 be released to ^

for enemy mercSanteAnd^ Ki W°UW * faCt be to the the use ofthe ^0^^^^^^*° fOT chants likewise . . Upón thesP fi£7 ■ I ° the ^ of enemy merdisallowed ; and that the^prteeï S S7 ^i"^ * that the daim is enemy property be ca^^^c^LS^ T % C°mt must 38 the Crown's rights to the drolt. -H ™ ^ g0od ^ lawful P™e in

Zaanland (98o) ïwtti ^sites of Admiralty." their rights to the '^él to olh^ T **** P"ted

have so ceased by their owri acï^ *he?er bmn or not> and be made for *»^Z^^^«^«^- ™ order will to the benefit of the enem,af mTir ° UCh m °rder miSht

capacity. If goods daimeSvTce^Td to ZllnfTT- °' £ S°me °ther come into Court to prove thei^ï g t0 daimants before they

(Vide the Prinz ^ ÜtIe 88 owners< their claim must faü