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Title: Abuse of right in international law
Authors: Dhawan, Pulkit
Keywords: International law
International Law Commission
Issue Date: 22-Sep-2018
Publisher: Berkley Journal of International Law Blog
Citation: Dhawan, P. (September 22, 2018). Abuse of right in international law. Berkley Journal of International Law Blog
Description: Abuse of right in international law denotes a situation where a state exercises its right in a manner which hampers the rights of other states thus, causing injury to other states. The concept of Abuse of Rights may look similar to the situation where state acts ultra vires, but there should be no confusion between them because, while acting ultra vires the state had no right to perform the act, while in case of abuse of rights the state acts within its power.
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