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I need the Civil Services Examination Law (Paper I) Previous Years Question Paper, will you please provide me the same????
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As you need the Civil Services Examination Law (Paper I) Previous Years Question Paper, here I am sharing the same:

6. (a) "The di.stinction between. 'dejurddefacto
recognitionp and 'recognition as the dejure and
defacto government' is . insubstantial, , more
especially as the question is one of intention and
the legal consequences thereof in the particular
case. If there is a distinction it does not seem to
matter legally." Comment and discuss the
distinction between the two. 30

(b) "Vessels on the high seas are subject to no authority
except that of the State whose flag they fly. In
virtue of the freedom of the sea, that is to say,
the absence of any territorial- sovereignty upon
the high seas, no State may exercise any kind of
jurisdictCon over foreign vessels upon them." Give
a critical appraisal of this principle in the light
of the case law and views of the International
Law Commission.




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