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§ 291.

onethe part of our *Jci5£^

the 7eTZ ^ Which ^ws areasonable intïvall wWcn

the neutral ownercan discontinue his cornmercial dornicü in the^nenw

altogether, for a neutral owner wül, by shipping goods Xr the war or by otherwise taking part after the war in*th! SS of the eneTv house of business, have elected to continue his comnïïdal donucThr tieenerny country, and so brought the interval to aTend Tuit un

haveToXto^ 7 5V •• • Uunder these circnmstances, their Lordships tÏÏ?ZT w puston that there is no such except on to the general «on Z WiUCh resP°ndent contends . . . . [Z^eSfcT

• 291 Z« ,68 pnnclpes du ^ d'aPrès la c<™

J£%J Tert ^ PlUSi6UrS jUgementS ^ la ï^prudence anduTri^lt ? ^ P°SSlbmte Suiets d'Etats' bénéficiant

du pnvilège de juridiction extra-territoriale dans les pays orientaux, d acquérir dans ces pays un „commercial domicüe", pas plus qu'ils

ïïtaïïT " aTë?^ "dVÜ d0miCÜe'' Par COn^ - sujS

eteT m ï "f1?16" • d°miCÜié 6n ChiDe' garde 8011 c^tL ennemi malgré la doctrine du „commercial domicüe". Voir entre

pour 1 Egypte expüque le principe formulé ci-dessus, a propos de

naiï dT, 7 SU]6t aUemaild' d0miCÜié 6n Chine corrunefonction-

résidence en Chine un „trade domicüe" neutre

St^ï^^^0* i**g# decided by Lord

of the iudgment JZ/ c°ncerned only with the second part

in the fiS?^Tb ha* ** found a place

Europeansin^S, ,?f V- 6 qJU6Stl0n turned uPon the P°*tion of „InXTast ïom 1T + ^ °n tWs Subject Lord St°weü says, kent un fnf;,- °ldeSt tlmes' 311 ^nüscible character has been

^sc^vTg^F6 n0tf admitted into ^e general body and masTof theh fa& were ^ Stl^erS "* s°j°™ as aü

not acquHne anv n^i i k """" $Uam non inte™iscuit undam" ;

own criginal c^tZ £rï* u r a?y, recoS°*ed authority of their wn original country, they have been hdd to derive theh present char-