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Introduction

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Abstract

The legal status of aircraft is a problem that has given rise to innumerable questions ever since the earliest years of aviation. But the majority of these questions only relate to certain aspects of the legal status of aircraft, and the problem as a whole has hardly been studied at all. The evolutionary process in the study of a number of facets of the problem is outlined below.

Keywords

Legal Status International Civil Aviation Organization Paris Convention Criminal Jurisdiction Draft Convention 
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References

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    Cooper, “A Study on the Legal Status of Aircraft” (prepared for the Air Law Committee of the International Law Association), Sept. 1, 1949.Google Scholar
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    Cooper, Report to the Air Law Committee of the International Law Association, May 23, 1952.Google Scholar
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    Loaeza, Progress Report on the Legal Status of Aircraft. ICAO L. C. Working Draft 230, Dec. 20, 1950.Google Scholar

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