4 edition of The Valuation of nationalized property in international law. found in the catalog.
The Valuation of nationalized property in international law.
|Statement||Richard B. Lillich, editor and contributor.|
|Series||Virginia legal studies|
|Contributions||Lillich, Richard B., ed.|
|LC Classifications||JX4263.P6 V3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||70177376|
valuation which, under the particular circumstances~ is ~most appropriate to the property and equitable to the clai’a~anto~* This phraseology does not differ from the international legal standard that would normally prevail in the valuation of nationalized property°.It is CLAIMS AGAINST CUBA asserted book value of $ million.8 It also nationalized private banks and bought out the American-owned Cia. Chilena de Electricidad. Chile proceeded with its intervention into and expropriation of otherAuthor: Marie L. Murphy.
The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law-Essays by experts on con temporary practice and suggested approaches, edited by Richard B. Lillich. v. I, ; v. II, Legislative History: Research for the Interpretation of Laws, by Gwendolyn B. Folsom. Cited by: 3. The book has been broken down into three sections: The Nature of Intellectual Property, Valuation, and Unique Circumstances. Revised and expanded to include up-to-date information on: including market value and accounting value, capitalization, licensing an royalty rates, domain name valuation, embryonic technology valuation, and university.
The Compensation Rule: An Imaginary Debate, in 2 The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law (Richard B. Lillich ed., University Press of Virginia, ). Taking Issue with “the Taking Issue,” in Land Use Planning in Rural Areas: Issues, Problems, Alternatives (Leon E. Danielson ed., North Carolina Agricultural Author: Kent Olson. F. Téson, “State Contracts and Oil Expropriations: The Aminoil-Kuwait Arbitration” () 24 Va J Intl Law R. Young and W.L. Owen, “Valuation Aspects of the Aminoil Award”, The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law, Richard B. Lillich ed., Vol. IV (), pp VII. Annexes. Table 1. Issues discussed in the award.
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Valuation of nationalized property in international law. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard B Lillich.
Law Reviews The International Law of Expropriation of Foreign-Owned Property: The Compensation Requirement and the Role of the Taking State Lee A.
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Book Reviews The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law Richard B. Lillich, Editor and Contributor, The University Press of Virginia, pp. $ Reviewed by Leonard J. Theberge This collection of essays edited and contributed by Professor Lillich of the University of Virginia Law School, around the central theme of.
Book Reviews The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law Richard B. Lillich, Editor and Contributor, The University Press of Virginia, pp. $ Reviewed by Leonard J. Theberge This collection of essays edited and contributed by Professor Lillich of.
Published Article/Book Citation. Burns H. Weston, “Valuation Upon the Deprivation of Foreign Enterprise: A Policy- Orientated Approach to the Problem of Compensation Under International Law,” with Dale R. Weigel, in 1 The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law, edited by Richard B.
ttesville, VA: University Press of Virginia,at 3, 37 : Burns H. Weston, Dale R. Weigel. lost "profits" was an order of magnitude larger than the book values.
at 8. C.F. Amerasinghe, Chapter IV: The Quanrurn of Compensation for Nationalized Property, THE VALUATION OF NATIONALIZED PROPERTY M INTERATIONAL LAW 91 (Richard B. Lillich, ed., ). Commentators have viewed this as "evidence that international law no longer required full compensation for the expropriation of foreign property." However, recent international tribunals have taken a different approach.
Surprisingly, they have often held that general principles of. Author of The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law (Virginia Legal Studies), The protection of foreign investment, International claims, The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, International claims: postwar British practice, International claims, Fact-Finding Before International Tribunals, International Human Rights Instruments.
used for valuation purposes often is not available. In addition to case law, I will also be rely-ing on some influential scholarly works including those of Ripinsky with Williams,10 Mar-boe,11 and for valuation purposes, Kantor In studies of case law in international investment law there are two important limitations to the findings.
See Richard B. Lillich, The Valuation of Nationalized Property by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, in. THE VALUATION OF NATIONALIZED PROPERTY IN INTERNATIONAL (Richard B. Lillich ed., ) [hereinafter VALUATION VOL.
Cited by: 7. The International Law on Foreign Investment; (ed.), The Valuation of Nationalized Property () Lipson, C., Standing Guard: Protecting Capital in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries () The Pursuit of Nationalized Property () Sornarajah, M., International Commercial Arbitration ()Cited by: It is now 25 years since the first edition of this book was written, and the objectives of the fifth edition remain the same as those of the first edition, that is to provide "an introduction to and general background reading for the subject of property valuation".
It is directed not just at would be surveyors and valuers, but at all those who may be interested in getting an understanding of. Decision of International and Foreign Tribunals. Malcolm W. Monroe Book Reviews The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law. Leonard J. Theberge Manual of German Law, Volumes l and 11.
Leonard J. Theberge Valuing the Depletion of Natural Resources under International Law. Developing Countries The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law for the book value method and shifted.
Nationalization and the Protective Arbitration Clause Nationalization and the Protective Arbitration Clause COAIPENSXTION FOR NXTIONXLI%ATIO~S Nationalization o r expropriation is a deliberate act by a host government to deprive an investor of the value o r the control of its investment.
It is essentially a "taking" by a foreign government. The Valuation of the Copper Companies in the Chilean Nationalizations, 66 Am. Soc’y Int’l L. Proc. (); excerpt reprinted in 7 Int’l Law. () and in 2 The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law (Richard B.
Lillich ed., University Press of Virginia, ).Author: Kent Olson. Human Rights”, 57 British Year Book of International Law(), “Disentangling Treaty and Customary International Law”, Proceedings of the American Society of International Law, Review article on Lillich (ed.), The Valuation of Nationalized Property in Inter-File Size: KB.
The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law. by Richard B. Lillich. The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law. by Richard B. Lillich (pp. ) Review by: Martin Domke DOI: / The Australian Year Book of.
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The U.S. State Department also clarified that “adequate” meant the fair market value of the investment on the date of the taking. What valuation technique is used to ascertain fair market value is left unstated though. Generally, fair market value has been determined by one of three methods; book value, going concern, or the replacement cost.
53 See C. Amerasinghe, T7ie Quantum of Compensation for Nationalized Property, in R Lillich (ed.), The Valuation of Nationalized Property in International Law, Vol.
Ill, () 91, at 95 et seq. sa Case Concerning the Factory at Chorz6w, supra, footnote 5S Ibid., at sfi ILc Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Cited by: It is worth noting that the perspective before the mid-twentieth century was that there could be no right to property in international law because property was within the national realm and could not be addressed by international law.
See John G. Sprankling, The Global Right to Property, 52 Colum. J.