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extraterritorially

Definitions

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  • adv. In an extraterritorial manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as exterritorially.

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Examples

  • Similarly, the right wing dissenters were wrongheaded (as they often are) in narrowly understanding habeas corpus as a constitutional right only available extraterritorially to U.S. citizens.

    How the Supreme Court Got Boumediene Wrong: Rethinking Habeas & Other Fundamental 'Constitutional Rights'

  • Bybee claimed the Torture Convention didn't apply extraterritorially, a proposition roundly debunked by reputable scholars.

    Marjorie Cohn: Memos Provide Blueprint for Police State

  • Any killing would then have to satisfy international human rights laws — also assuming, arguendo, for example, that the ICCPR were regarded as applying extraterritorially, as the critics do.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 2009 » October

  • A proper federal libel tourism bill would punish conduct that takes place overseas -- in this case, the commencement of sham libel actions in foreign courts -- by utilizing the well-recognized congressional authority to apply U.S. laws extraterritorially when compelling interests demand it.

    'Libel Tourism' Threatens Free Speech

  • At the end of this argument, however, Scalia concedes that even he believes habeas does apply extraterritorially: just not to "alien enemies."

    Doug Kendall: Fear-Mongering, Activism, and the Guantanamo Cases

  • In antitrust policy, Brussels applies its law extraterritorially, recently derailing General Electric's planned $42 billion acquisition of Honeywell International -- a merger between two U.S. companies.

    The Quiet Superpower

  • Yet on one issue, whether the relevant statute applies extraterritorially, the court held that the government waived the argument that the defendants waived their defense.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waiving Waiver:

  • MR. VERSHBOW: Well, I think he has some well known concerns about legislation that is pending in the Congress that would apply extraterritorially to some French firms who cooperate with Libya or Iran.

    Briefing Bys Vershbow On Chirac Visit

  • Antarctica is administered through meetings of the consultative member nations; decisions from these meetings are carried out by these member nations (with respect to their own nationals and operations) in accordance with their own national laws; US law, including certain criminal offenses by or against US nationals, such as murder, may apply extraterritorially; some US laws directly apply to Antarctica; for example, the Antarctic

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Antarctica is administered through meetings of the consultative member nations; decisions from these meetings are carried out by these member nations (with respect to their own nationals and operations) in accordance with their own national laws; US law, including certain criminal offenses by or against US nationals, such as murder, may apply extraterritorially; some US laws directly apply to Antarctica; for example, the Antarctic Conservation Act, 16

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

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