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Nationality and International Law in Chinese Perspective

Hungdah Chiu

Nationality and International Law in Chinese Perspective

by Hungdah Chiu

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Published by Occasional Papers Reprints .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citizenship,
  • Dual nationality,
  • International law,
  • Taiwan,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11449845M
    ISBN 100925153095
    ISBN 109780925153098

    Taiwan holds a unique position in the realm of international law. Domestically, Taiwan possesses all the qualities of a “normal country,” including citizenship, territorial jurisdiction. This book examines the changing role played by the European Union and international standards on loss and acquisition of nationality. It provides a comparative analysis of EU Member States regulations, administrative practices, court rulings and statistical data on questions related to loss of nationality and European citizenship.

    1. Customary international law The right to grant and withdraw nationality of natural persons remains part of the sovereign domain. The question before tribunals has been whether and to what extent a state can refuse to recognise the nationality of a claimant. International law practice on questions of nationality has developed primarily. Republic of China, and is published by the ChinaLegal System Publishing case of discrepancy, the original version in Chinese shall prevail. Whole Document NATIONALITY LAW OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA(Adopted at the Third Session of the Fifth National.

    Nationality and principles of international law in Chinese practice. The nationality law of the People's Republic of China adopted by the fifth National People's Congress at its third session on Septem is a socialist law that reflects the essence of Chinese democratic dictatorship and the domestic and foreign policies pursued under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party. Professor Sarah Biddulph joined the Asian Law Centre in and was appointed to a lectureship in the Law School in She is a graduate of Sydney University in Law and Chinese Studies and studied in Shanghai as one of the Attorney-General's representatives under an exchange agreement with the PRC Ministry of Justice. She worked as a lawyer in Shanghai with the Australian law firm Blake.


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