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Reports of International Arbitral Awards, Vol. XXIX

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The present volume consists of a collection of awards and similar decisions relating to a particular field of international law, namely the delimitation and demarcation of international boundaries. This volume contains awards handed down in 34 different dispute-settlement procedures over a period of more than 150 years, from the late 18th century to mid-20th century.

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Consular Convention between Turkey and Greece Award rendered by the Ambassadors of Austria-Hungary, Italy, Germany, Russia, England and France in Constantinople, on 20 March and 2 April 1901

Capitulations regime—privileges and immunities granted to Hellenic civilians living in the Ottoman Empire by consular conventions—validity of Protocol not affected by war between the two States Parties—grant of immunities shall not prevent good administration of justice in disputes between Hellenic and Ottoman citizens.

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