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Japon, article «. alinéa x-, de la Loi de 1914 •* * S»erre navale Roumanie, article 59. aünéa i«, du „Cod" de 1917-

Council" dans 1'aHaire des Kronprinsessan MaRgarEta, ken •parana and Hilding (1365) :' ansfprs of enemy goods wliile at sea, if

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unaccompanied by actual a^%y •. Aority caruiot r^.questioned established andisnow so, ancien.^^^-Xal determmation.... or its utihty impugned for thejurpc^solag*is ftöw very The fcstdty and the theory ff*™*'™f^ itself „ throw hght clear, are too inconclusive to add weight te, the particular on its true application. It m^^SS^S^^ --eables example of a wider principle - that th enatio n ^ cannot be changed wlük *eyj« at on appeal in

or oceürrences. Thus, ut Ihe' ™8°™ ,. , 110 ^ a Dutch ship, 1782, the queStion was whether a ship/« *e™e wa9 taken because had ceased to bear that national ^J^™ ^ed> had before her the Dutch colony of Demerara &om which. g^ge 'owa u wtó held capture becöme British by capitulatirjn tb the Bntonu ^ that she had not. This was *5^t^1ÏSte5pe of Good Hope, the question was ^^^SS W WcrTta: capture, and which had takenplaceafter ^f*^ ^d not ^ entitled

had made British subjects ^nC^ 'rize on the ground that

them to claim their ship on arrival at: the.Cape£•pr was the rule

thexehadbeenfa^acaptnrerffc^prg^. themselves even then that the claimants ^*ough «nu j ^ at the time of capture, could not bj^ardto assertm ^ ft ^

to the time of shipment was ajeady mvariable^ ^ , 275. Pour la première tas la Cour J^^^S d45), oü cernant les transfertsltt transitu dans T^» cm elle cita in extenso^les deux >a*ng cas gareto [1799] et TAe Bo»k» [i857J- Apres tav