1945

Claims Commission established under the Convention concluded between the United States of America and Venezuela on 5 December 1885

Admission of a claim—definition of claim within the meaning of the treaty— existence of a right and an obligation under the treaty—necessity to allege active or passive wrongful conduct—necessity to allege injury or damage resulting from that conduct and to request its indemnification.

Related Subject(s): International Law and Justice
Sustainable Development Goals:
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