9041184031 hardcover 9789041184047 electronic book 9789041184054 electronic book 9789041184030 hardcover
"This handbook analyses certain particularly recognizable canons and principles of interpretation that are not expressly codified in the Vienna Convention, but that are arguably still authorized 'between the lines'. This volume represents the first modern, freestanding analysis of such canons and principles, their utility in public international law, their role in treaty interpretation and their relationship with the Vienna Convention regime."--Provided by publisher
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Preface 1. Canons of interpretation under the Vienna Convention / Alain Pellet 2. The utility and limits of canons and other interpretive principles in public international law / Sean D. Murphy 3. The origins of interpretive canons in domestic legal systems / Michael Waibel 4. Effet utile / Céline Braumann & August Reinisch 5. Expressio unius est exclusio alterius / Joseph Klingler 6. Ex abundante cautela / Alison Macdonald QC 7. Ejusdem generis and noscitur a sociis / Freya Baetens 8. Lex specialis derogat legi generali/generalia specialibus non derogant / Dirk Pulkowski 9. Per argumentum a fortiori / Alina Miron 10. In pari materia interpretation in treaty law / Paula F. Henin 11. Contra proferentem / Pierre d'Argent 12. In dubio mitius / Panos Merkouris 13. Compliance with domestic law: an implied condition in treaties conferring rights and protections on foreign nationals and their property? / Rumiana Yotova 14. The rule of necessary implication / Andrew D. Mitchell & Tania Voon 15. Exceptions to a rule must be narrowly construed / Alexia Solomou 16. The principles of contemporaneous and evolutionary interpretation / Peter Tzeng.
KZ1304 .B48 2019
Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International,