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Which of the following cases is an example of “The newer norm overrides the older norms”?

The last novel of the tax law includes facilitations for tax payers.

The business law prevails the civil law

The labour law prevails the civil law.

The Consitutional law displaces the Administrative law

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Does international law exist as “law”, although thereis no “international police force”, which enforces the international law?

No, because rules against states cannot be enforced

Yes, because enforcement is not necessary to fulfil the definition of "law"

No, because enforcement is necessary to fulfil the definition of “law”.

Yes, because the states themselves recognise the existence of international law.

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Why is international law necessary?

It determines rules for functioning of the international community

It enables states to act in a protected environment without enemies

It is not necessary

It’s easier to do business for big undertakings

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Which of the following preconditions have to be fulfilled, so that somebody is an “actor” according to international economic law?

The “subject” is empowered to conclude binding international agreements

The “subject” is able to bear risks

The “subject” is able to take over obligations, at least according to national law.

The “subject” is older than 16 years

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In which of the following cases does the state Y infringe “the principle of exclusive jurisdiction” of state X?

A citizen of state X lives in state Y and does not pay any dues. A court in state Y condemned the X-citizen.

A citizen of state X has lived in state Y for a very long time and has left Y one year ago. During his time in the state Y the X-citizen has not paid any dues. The state Y does nothing against the X-citizen during his time in state X. As the X-citizen ret

A citizen of state X has lived in state Y for a very long time and has left Y one year ago. During his time in the state Y the X-citizen has not paid any dues. A court in state Y condemned the X-citizen although the X-citizen has moved back to X.

A citizen of state X has lived in state Y for a very long time and has left Y one year ago. During his time in the state Y the X-citizen has not paid any dues. A court in state Y condemned the X-citizen although the X-citizen has moved back to X. Therefo

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Ius Cogens …

… is a rule, which always prevails any negotiated rules.

… allows deviations.

...is the opposite of any valid rules.

… can be changed by negotiations.

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An extract of Art 55 of the UN‑Charter determines the following: “With a view to the creation of conditions of stability and well-being which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, the United Nations shall promote: […] c) universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion.” This is an example of the general principle of ...

the duty to cooperate

souvereign equality of nations

exclusive jurisdiction within its own territory

non-discrimination

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Which reason makes it "necessary" that international law is effective?

Interstate activities are growing

Who else cares?

A lot of countries can only trade with an effective international law

Too many people are dependent on an effective international law