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By Jill K. Mulhall, M.Ed.

ISBN-10: 0743987861

ISBN-13: 9780743987868

ISBN-10: 1433390159

ISBN-13: 9781433390159

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C. R. 270, 271–2 (1972). 16 The legal nature of war peace settings. Ãœ (a) Peacetime status mixtus In peacetime, a status mixtus exists when States resort to a limited use of force short of war. Because a state of peace continues to prevail, (i) most of the relations between the parties are still governed by the laws of peace, and (ii) the laws of neutrality are not activated between the antagonists and third parties. Nevertheless, the actual Wghting will be regulated by the basic rules of warfare (jus in bello).

Nevertheless, there is no reason why it ought not to govern the contractual relations between the parties. At times, the parties mistakenly believe that a wrong deWnition actually comports with international law. If a domestic court applies that deWnition, one must be exceedingly careful in the interpretation of the court’s judgment. The dilemma is whether the contours of war, as traced by the court, represent its considered (albeit misconceived) opinion of the substance of international law, or merely reXect the intent of the parties.

The deWnition may be arbitrary and incompatible with international law. Nevertheless, there is no reason why it ought not to govern the contractual relations between the parties. At times, the parties mistakenly believe that a wrong deWnition actually comports with international law. If a domestic court applies that deWnition, one must be exceedingly careful in the interpretation of the court’s judgment. The dilemma is whether the contours of war, as traced by the court, represent its considered (albeit misconceived) opinion of the substance of international law, or merely reXect the intent of the parties.

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