Author: Library of Congress. Law LibraryPublish On: 1965
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Author: Library of Congress. Law Library
Publisher: William S. Hein
"...covers the national aviation laws of 120 countries & all multilateral aviation treaties in force, as well as all bilateral aviation agreements & route grants of the United States. Legal texts were translated from 27 foreign languages..."
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However, many States took the opportunity to amend their air codes so as to incorporate provisions of the Convention.24 In ... 1955) (Fr.) translated in Air Laws and Treaties of the World, supra note 24, at 720 (alteration in original).
Author: Cluxton, David
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
This incisive book tackles a controversy that has plagued the Warsaw Convention 1929 and the Montreal Convention 1999 for decades: whether the conventions provide an independent cause of action upon which a plaintiff can rely directly when pleading their action, and, if so, whether that cause of action provides the exclusive remedy. This book resolves this controversy by presenting a new conceptual framework for understanding aviation law cause of action in the conventions.