Egyptians frequently solve conflicts without referring to state law.
To take into account the discontinuity jump in the porosity between the gaseous phase and the porous filter, an approximate Riemann solver is used to compute homogeneous non-conservative Euler equations in porous media using ideal gas state law.
Both infants were formally adopted after delivery by the genetic parents in compliance with the advice of counsel under New York State law.
An additional requirement is that by the July 1977 date, effluent limitations may be imposed so that any state law will be met.
Oregon state law requires each county in the state to identify agricultural land and enact policies and regulations to protect agricultural land use.
Definition of the problem: The differentiation between "therapeutic" and "non-therapeutic" research has found broad acceptance within clinical research, law and medical ethics and is part of national law and international declarations.
Realizing international children's rights through implementation of national law
To this end, the study pulls together analyses of relevant parts of international and supra-national law within the context of Turkish migrants in Europe which are applicable in protecting the rights of immigrants.
Introduction Theme I: The Relationship between International Law and National Law
Notes on the Relationship between International Law and National Law
The paper examines the structure and the competence of the Finnish-Swedish Frontier River Commission (the "FSFRC") as an example of close and very successful co-operation between two States, based on the approximation of national laws.
The discussion and the rules to emerge will be influenced on the one hand by standards derived from international law (in particular the 1951 Geneva Convention and the ECHR) as well as the existing national laws and practices.
(2) The civil customs of subletting land and national laws opposed each other but also complemented each other.
The manufacture, scale and supply of radio-pharmaceuticals in the EEC is regulated by directives that are incorporated into the national laws of the member states.
However, parents may also refuse to consent and in this case national laws and legal mechanisms for resolving disputes may be used.