(Non-) Enforcement of Foreign Revenue Laws, In International Law and Practice

@article{Sack1933NonEO,
  title={(Non-) Enforcement of Foreign Revenue Laws, In International Law and Practice},
  author={Alexander Nahum Sack},
  journal={University of Pennsylvania Law Review},
  year={1933},
  volume={81},
  pages={559}
}
  • A. N. Sack
  • Published 1 March 1933
  • Law, History
  • University of Pennsylvania Law Review
"There is a well recognized rule, which has been enforced for at least two hundred years or thereabouts, under which these Courts will not collect the taxes of foreign States for the benefit of the sovereigns of those foreign States." So it was declared by Tomlin, J., in In re Visser, Queen of Holland v. Drukker, decided in 1928.1 And the following rule was stated in the fourth edition of Dicey, Conflict of Laws, by A. B. Keith: 2 
1 Citations

The harmonisation of rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the southern African customs union

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References

6o9 (1892), and Commonwealth v. Delaware and Hudson Canal Co