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The question of exceptional rights of transit at customary International law. South Africa is entitled to deny the transit to or from Lesotho of all persons other than Lesotho nationals who are returning home from abroad. The latter category of persons appears to form the sole exception to the general rule.
Unless an independent New Guinea is to become a totalitarian state the strength, independence and competence of the superior courts is vital. Perhaps for a eriod an independent New Guinea will be prepared to continue to have Australian lawyers in some major j udicial appointments. However, there will obviously be enormous pressure to have new appointments at least drawn from the indigenous population, and no independent country would long be satisfied to have the control of major judicial functions in foreign hands.
In recent years Portugal has embarked on a programme aimed at strengthening her economic ties with the countries and territories neighbouring Angola and Moc;:ambique. According to press statements released from time to time by the Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs in Lisbon, protracted negotiations between Portugal and South Africa led to the conclusion of several treaties during 1964. Matters covered by these treaties include the sharing of the waters of the Cunene river between Angola and South West Africa and the sharing of hydro-electric power between the two territories; general questions of commercial exchange, economic planning and investment; civil aviation and the development of the airports; and the use by South Africa of the rail and port facilities in Mozambique.
It can be accepted that no-one can be convicted of treason under English law unless he owes allegiance to the Crown. The common law of Rhodesia is Roman-Dutch law, but as the present dispute concerns the position of the Crown in relation to its Government in Rhodesia, the dispute should be governed by the rules of English constitutional law.
Act No. 97 of 4 December 1 963 of the Compiled Laws of the Socialist Czechoslovakian Republic, is the law on private international law and international procedure, regulates these matters in civil law, family law, labour law and other legal relations which include a foreign element.
European fiscal policy builds on a long history and useful experience with all forms of indirect taxes ( imposed on turnover or purchase or sale ). The GATT rules are in Europe's favour insofar as indirect taxes can be charged on imports and rebated or exempted on exports.
On 1 January 1968, the German Value Added Tax Law of 29 May 1961, came into effect. This law1 provides for a tax of 1 0 per cent ( in some cases 5 percent ) - increased since 1 July 1968, to 11 per cent ( and 5.5 per cent ) respectively - on value added (Mehrwertsteuer) to replace the former cascade-type gross turnover tax (Umsatzsteuer).