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State servitudes (servitudes under international law) are restrictions on the territorial sovereignty of one State in favour of another and consist either in an obligation to a non facere, namely that the serving State­ renounces the exercise of a certain sovereign power­ on its territory, or in faciendo, in that the serving State must tolerate acts of the entitled State on its territory.

Term-Nr.: 157

German: Staatsdienstbarkeiten (750)

Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020

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