104 debt transaction agreements under $250,000, May 13, 1990, 25 Iran-USA CI. Trib. Rep. 327 (1990). For some examples where the FCSC has not always done this, see Richard, B. Lillich-David, J. Bederman, of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission: Iran Claims , 91 AJIL 436, 442, 455-56 (1997) Google Scholar. Congress has defined ownership of the International Claims Settlement Act so that certain acts that would be committed under customary international law may be excluded from coverage. See David, J. Bederman, Creditors` Claims in International Law , 34 Int`l Law.

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CZ-2466, 14 FCSC, Semiann. Rep. 146 (January-June 1961) (refusal of claim for loss and property after refusal to issue export licence). 165 case 280/93, Germany before Council, 1994, ECR I-4973, 5065, paragraph 78 (invoking the “social function” of property rights); Case 122/95, Germany before Council, 1998, ECR 1-973, 1019-20. A German critic: Hermann-Josef, Blanke, protection of the fundamental rights of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg , in Governing Europe Under a Constitution 265, 275-77 (Herm.-Josef, Blanke – Stelio, Mangiameli eds., 2006). Google Scholar 268 For the different interpretations of non-discriminatory treatment in trade and investment bodies, see Nicholas, DiMascio – Joost, Pauwelyn, Nondiscrimination in Trade and Investment Treaty: Worlds Apart or Two Sides of the Same Coin? 102 AJIL 48 (2008). Google Scholar 105 In most of them, the Commission had evidence of a forfeiture decree, but in others found a missing catch of such a decree. See, for example. B, FCSC decisions and ratings, see 102, 230 (Hungary), 513 (Poland). 249 See z.B., Michael, D. Goldhaber, Wanted: A World Investment Court , Am. Law., Focus Europe, Summer 2004, Google Scholar (quote from Brigitte Stern in the context of the Argentina cases: “You have the potential …

20 arbitrations, one problem and 20 solutions. »). It turned out that not all cases where Argentina achieved merit were expropriated. See also Brigitte, Stern, Three arbitrations, one mȇme problem, three solutions , 1 Rev. From Arbitration 3 (1980) Google Scholar (arbitration procedure for Libyan nationalization). 212 Papst – Talbot, para. 102 (footnotes omitted); See also S.D. Myers, 40 ILM to 1440, para. 283 (noting that” [a]n expropriation generally amounts to a permanent suppression of an owner`s ability to use his economic rights while he…

consider it to be bare, even if it is partial or temporary”; and the finding that Canada did not expropriates the U.S. border for chemical exports was closed in eight months; Waste Mgmt. v. Mexico, supra note 83, 43 ILM at 999, Para. 160 (noting that NAFTA can only be compensated if the state is arbitrarily intervened at the cost of a virtual takeover or sterilization of the business.” 241 Cf. Jeffery, P. Commission, Precedent in Investment Treaty Arbitration – A Citation Analysis of a Developing Jurisprudence , 24 J.