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right of hot pursuit in international law

by Nicholas M. Poulantzas

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Published by M. Nijhoff Publishers in The Hague, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hot pursuit (International law)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 353-379) and index.

    Statementby Nicholas M. Poulantzas.
    SeriesNova et vetera iuris gentium., no. 22
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKZ6578 .P68 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlix, 451 p. ;
    Number of Pages451
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3568744M
    ISBN 109041117865
    LC Control Number2002069443

    The article presents information on United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) regarding doctrine of hot pursuit. As stated, under this law a vessel may be pursued onto the high seas and seized if it has violated the laws of foreign state while in that state's sovereign. In international law: High seas and seabed is a right of “hot pursuit,” provided that the pursuit itself is continuous, onto the high seas from the territorial sea or economic zone of the pursuing state in order to detain a vessel suspected of violating the laws of the coastal state in question.

      Grono notes that "hot pursuit" is a concept under international law that originated out of the laws of the sea. On land, he tells RFE/RL, the right to .   In recent hearings, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry defended a possible foray into Syria by repurposing an old concept from international law: the right of hot pursuit. The doctrine has traditionally applied to the right of a navy to chase pirate ships from its territorial waters into the high seas.

    The Paperback of the Hot Pursuit (Black Knights Inc. Series #11) by Julie Ann Walker at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Hot Pursuit (Book 11) right there in the middle of it all. " - . customary international law right of self-defense, particularly through the doctrine of anticipatory self-defense. Finally, part V will examine the PSI's Statement of Interdiction Principles in order to reconcile them with the principles of customary international law, and also make.


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In addition, the right of hot pursuit in international air law is examined in connection with all modern situations, for instance, recent interception techniques of intruding aircraft, contiguous air space limits, hi-jacking of aircraft and air piracy. This work is an extended and updated edition of the book first published in Cited by: The Right of Hot Pursuit in International Law 2nd Edition Series: Nova et Vetera Iuris Gentium, Volume: 22Cited by: 2.

Hot Pursuit and Constructive Presence in Canadian Law Enforcement: A Case Note Research output: Contribution to journal › Article Nicholas M. Poulantzas, The Right of Hot Pursuit in International Law.

exercise of the right of hot pursuit in the international law of the sea. This is to be regretted as the original text also covered pursuit on land and under international air law. Here too there have been developments of interest and importance since For instance, the provisions in the Schen-gen Convention on border controls governing.

In addition, the right of hot pursuit in international air law is examined in connection with all modern situations, for instance, recent interception techniques of intruding aircraft, contiguous air space limits, hi-jacking of aircraft and air piracy.

This work is an extended and updated edition of the book first published in Author: Nicholas M. Poulantzas.

An understanding of the status of the contiguous zone under international law also allows for an assessment of its interaction with the right of hot pursuit. Consensus on the legality of hot pursuit reaches only as far as the territorial sea.

While there exists a harmonious approach to hot pursuit beginning within the. The right of hot pursuit under the international law of the sea The right of hot pursuit is based upon principles of customary international law It represents an exception to the principle of exclusive flag State jurisdiction on the high 11 See Table 1 below.

12 Craig Allen, Doctrine of Hot Pursuit: A Functional Interpretation Adaptable to Emerging Maritime. Right of hot pursuit 1. The hot pursuit of a foreign ship may be undertaken when the competent authorities of the coastal State have good reason to believe that the ship has violated the laws and regulations of that State.

Right of hot pursuit 1. The hot pursuit of a foreign ship may be undertaken when the competent authorities of the coastal State have good reason to believe that the ship has violated the laws and.

The right to hot pursuit in the international law of the sea, as encompassed in Article of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), allows for a coastal state to extend its jurisdiction onto the high seas in order to arrest an escaping foreign vessel.

That right is based on the breach by a foreign vessel of two duties. 3) Pursuit must not be interrupted 4) Right of hot pursuit ceases by reason of a) Interruption b) Vessel reaching territorial sea of flag state or other state 5) Hot pursuit must begin in zone where the vessel violated applicable coastal state law - In internal waters and territorial sea.

Whether in arresting the Saiga, Guinea violated international law in respect of the rights of the crew, the law governing hot pursuit, and the use of force.

Whether Guinea violated the rights of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines under international law by naming it as civilly responsible to be summoned in a schedule of summons. This book is a good read for anyone interested in international politics, or how the world works (both theory and application).The Law of Nations deals largely with political philosophy and international relations, and has been said to have modernized the entire theory and practice of international law.

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I want something better for Izzy. Jules & Robin are still heartrendingly sweet.) I've read so many disappointing books lately, I was beginning to think I was just getting bored with romance novels in general. United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea CONTENTS STRAITS USED FOR INTERNATIONAL Right of hot pursuit.

60 Article Pace International Law Review Volume 14 Issue 1 Spring Article 2 April Right of Hot Pursuit. 52 C. Fisheries. 53 1. Full Sovereignty of the Coastal State in not only the rights and duties of the coastal State, but also of. Hot pursuit (also known as fresh or immediate pursuit) refers to the urgent and direct pursuit of a criminal suspect by law enforcement officers, or by belligerents under international rules of engagement for military forces.

Such a situation grants the officers in command powers they otherwise would not have. Macooh [] 2 S.C.R. Arbitrary detention -- Peace officer entering private home without a warrant to arrest accused for a provincial offence-- Common law traditionally recognizing hot pursuit exception to principle of sanctity of home -- Whether exception should be extended to arrests for provincial offences -- Whether entry by peace officer lawful.

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The doctrine of hot pursuit in international law recognizes the right of a State to pursue a vessel belonging to a foreign State which has violated any law within its.

Hot pursuit also applies when the lives of police officers or others are in danger. Thus, the Court has recognized two specific conditions that justify warrantless searches under the rule of hot pursuit: the need to circumvent the destruction of evidence, and the need to prevent the loss of life or serious injury.

4. The right of hot pursuit may be exercised only by warships or military aircraft, or other ships or aircraft on government service specially authorized to that effect. 5. Where hot pursuit is effected by an aircraft: (a) The provisions of paragraph 1 to 3 of this article shall apply mutatis mutandis.HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF THE DOCTRINE OF HOT PURSUIT* By SUSAN MAIDMENT Lecturer in Law, University of Kede In recent years the right of hot pursuit in international law has attracted renewed attention.

States have even claimed the right to pursue enemy troops over land frontiers by extending the traditional doctrine of the right of pursuit of ships onto the high seas.I The legitimacy of .