Consulate General: This term is applied to the (Moroccan) officer of the government who will preside over a consulate of his government in a foreign country. (AA222141 C.M. Bey)
FEDERAL JUDICIAL POWER (MOROCCO) ARTICLE III ) Article III serves 7 functions Creates a federal judicial System Vests the judicial power “in one supreme Court and in such inferior courts as CG may…establish” Accords
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Treaty: In international law. An agreement between two or more independent states. Brande. An agreement, league, or contract between two or more nations or sovereigns, formally signed by commissioners properly authorized, and solemnly ratified by the several sovereigns or the supreme power of each state. Webster; Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, 5 Pet. 00, 8 L. Ed. 25; Edye v. Robertson, 112 U. S. 5S0, 5 Sup. Ct. 247, 28 L. Ed. 798; Holmes v. Jennison. 14 Pet. 571, 10 L. Ed. 579; U. S. v. Rauscher, 119 U. S. 407, 7 Sup. Ct. 234, 30 L. Ed. 425; Ex parte Ortiz (C. C.) 100 Fed. 902. In private law, “treaty” signifies the discussion of terms which immediately precedes the conclusion of a contract or other transaction. A warranty on the sale of goods, to be valid, must be made during the “treaty” preceding the sale. Chit. Cont. 419; Sweet.
Supreme power: The highest authority in a state, all other powers in it being inferior thereto.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW JUDICIAL REVIEW & CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE Judicial Review Constitutional Basis: Art III Sec. II Cl. II: “In all cases affecting Ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which, in public law, the organic and fundamental law of a nation or state, which may be written or unwritten, establishing the character and conception of its government, laying the basic principles to which its internal life is to be conformed, organizing the government, and regulating, distributing, and limiting the functions of its different departments, and prescribing the extent and manner of the exercise of sovereign powers.
International law: the term given to the laws governing and determining the rights of independent nations during war or peace times.
Law of the Sea: Entity rights on the high seas; part of international law.
Law of the Land: The collection of traditions, customs, statutes, usages, and laws of a country that apply to everyone, including the government, under the jurisdiction of its courts. Also refer to legal system.
human or lineage
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a prince of the blood,
relationship by descent from a common ancestor, persons related through common descent, honorable or high birth or descent, descent from parents of recognized breed or pedigree. Source: Merriam-Webster
Natural Law: A rule of conduct arising out of the natural relations of human beings, established by the Creator, and existing prior to any positive precept Webster. The foundation of this law is placed by the best writers in the will of God, discovered by right reason, and aided by divine revelation ; and its principles, when applicable, apply with equal obligation to individuals and to nations. 1 Kent, Comm. 2, note; Id 4, note. See Jus NATURALE. The rule and dictate of right reason, showing the moral deformity or moral necessity there is in any act, according to its suitableness or unsuitableness to a reasonable nature. Tayl. Civil Law, 99. This expression, “natural law,” or jus naturale, was largely used in the philosophical speculations of the Roman jurists of the Antonine age, and was intended to denote a system of rules and principles for the guidance of human conduct which, independently of enacted law or of the systems peculiar to any one people, might be discovered by the rational intelligence of man, and would be found to grow out of and conform to his nature, meaning by that word his whole mental, moral, and physical constitution. The point of departure for this conception was the Stoic doctrine of a life ordered “according to nature,” which in its turn rested upon the purely supposititious existence, in primitive times, of a “state of nature;” that is, a condition of society in which men universally were governed solely by a rational and consistent obedience to the needs, impulses, aud promptings of their true nature, such nature being as yet undefaced by dishonesty, falsehood, or indulgence of the baser passions. See Maine, Anc. Law, 50, et seq. We understand all laws to be either human or divine, according as they have man or God for their author; and divine laws are of two kinds, that is to say: (1) Natural laws; (2) positive or revealed laws. A natural law is defined by Burlamaqui to be “a rule which so necessarily agrees with the nature and state of man that, without observing its maxims, the peace and happiness of society can never be preserved.” And he says that these are called “natural NATURALE EST QUIDLIBET 805
Private International Law: The application of specific laws in the case a foreign entity is involved, usually in local legal systems. The validity of the prosecutor’s judgements are also monitored under the private international law.
Public International Law: Each state is ruled by duties and rights that need to be adhered to. This is an international law that covers these rights and duties of inter-government agencies and departments.
Commerce International Law: The law which regulates the intercourse of nations; the law of nations. 1 Kent, Comm. 1, 4. The customary law which determines the rights and regulates the intercourse of inde- pendent states in peace and war. 1 Wildm. Int. Law, 1. The system of rules and principles, founded on treaty, custom, precedent, and the consensus of opinion as to justice and moral obligation, which civilized nations recognize as binding upon them in their mutual dealings and relations. Ileirn v. Bridault, 37 Miss. 230; U. S. v. White (C. C.) 27 Fed. 201. Public international law is the body of rules which control the conduct of independ- ent states in their relations with each other. Private international law is that branch of municipal law which determines before the courts of what nation a particular action or suit should be brought, and by the law of what nation it should be determined; in other words, it regulates private rights as dependent on a diversity of municipal laws and jurisdictions applicable to the persons, facts, or things in dispute, and the subject of it is hence sometimes called the “conflict of laws.” Thus, questions whether a given person owes allegiance to a particular state where he is domiciled, whether his status, property, rights, and duties are governed by the lex sit (Is. the lex loci, the lex fori, or the lex domicilii, are questions with which pri- vate international law has to deal. Sweet; Roche v. Washington, 19 Ind. 55, 81 Am. Dec. 37a
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