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This study presents an account of the exercise of extraterritorial jurisdiction by Britain in the Arab Gulf States during the period before they gained full sovereignty and independence. This work provides a valuable analysis of the working of the British Court System in the Arab context. The material is based on the author's original research among the juridical records of the British Court for Bahrain and on interviews with judges and lawyers of the period. This publication is priced as a specialised academic monograph and is a relevant acquisition for law libraries and Middle East history collections.
|Publication date:||30th June 1998|
|Author:||H. M. Al-Baharna|
|Publisher:||Cambridge Archive Editions an imprint of Cambridge University Press|
|Categories:||Laws of Specific jurisdictions, International law of territory & statehood, Colonialism & imperialism, National liberation & independence, post-colonialism,|