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Judicial Remedies in International Law$
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Christine D. Gray

Print publication date: 1990

Print ISBN-13: 9780198254324

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198254324.001.0001

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Scope and Future Development of Judicial Remedies

Scope and Future Development of Judicial Remedies

(p.210) 6 Scope and Future Development of Judicial Remedies
Judicial Remedies in International Law

Christine D. Gray

Oxford University Press

This chapter considers some of the suggestions that have been made for overcoming the limits to the role of state responsibility and recent developments in this area in the light of their possible impact on judicial remedies. Recent developments, particularly in the area of polluting and ultra-hazardous activities, highlight the limitations of the imposition of state responsibility and of traditional judicial remedies. Other suggested responses are the creation of actio popularis, international criminal responsibility, and liability for injurious consequences of lawful acts.

Keywords:   state responsibility, judicial remedies, action popularis, criminal responsibility, lawful acts

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