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d. the President, the Vice-President and members 1.

The phrase, general principles of law recognized by civilized nations’ in Article 38 (1) (c) of the Statutes of International Court of Justice helps the international tribunal to: a. incorporate common principles reflecting the consensus of nations. b. incorporate common principles followed by majority of nations. c. incorporate provisions contained in documents of regional organizations. d. ignore certain practices of some nations as in the process of interpretation. 1. Resolutions dealing with substantive questions of International Law are binding. 2. Resolutions concerned with the internal working of the United Nations are binding. 3. Resolutions may be declaratory of existing customary International Law. 2. Which one of the following is incorrect? 4. Unanimous resolutions of General Assembly constitute a direct source of International Law. 5. Consider the following statements in relation to U.N. General Assembly resolutions:

State succession involves: a. A definite replacement of one State by another. b. A definite replacement of one State by another in respect of sovereignty over a given territory. c. A change of governments. d. One State acting as the delegate or agent of another State for legal purposes.

Which of these statements is/are correct? a. 1, 2 and 4 b. 1 and 3 c. 2 only d. 2 and 4

3. Which one of the pairs is correctly matched? a. Apartheid b. Article 38 of the Statute of ICJ c. The number of members constituting the ICJ d. The seat of International Court of Justice : Treating all the people as equals

6. The following are recognized as sources of International Law under Article 38 of the Statute of International Courts of Justice: 1. International Conventions : Sources of International Law 2. International Committee : 20 3. Decision by municipal courts : Paris 4. Teachings of highly qualified jurists

4. The International Court of Justice consists of: Which of these statements are correct? a. the President and 15 other members a. 2, 3 and 4 b. the President, the Vice-president and 15 other members b. 1 and 3 c. the President the Vice-President and 14 other members

c. 1 and 2 d. 1, 3 and 4

d. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.

11. Jus ad bellum - the right to wage war, has been officially abolished in which year? 7. How far does the 'exclusive economic zone' of a country extend into the sea? a. 12 nautical miles b. 50 nautical miles c. 100 nautical miles d. 200 nautical miles 12. When is the use of force justified by international law? 8. Which of the following is not an agreement governed by the World Trade Organization (WTO)? a. GATT b. TRIPS c. UNCTAD d. GATS 13. Are declarations of the General Assembly of the United Nations international law? 9. What does the 'most-favored nation' principle of GATT (Art. 1) mean? a. Signatory parties have to extend equal trading privileges to all other signatories b. Signatory parties may extend special privileges to some other signatories c. Signatory parties receive special privileges compared to non-signatories d. Signatory parties may choose one trading partner to be their ‘most-favored’ nation. 14. Which of the following statements is true? 10. What does the Universal Declaration of Human Rights state in its first Article? a. All human beings have the right to life. b. All human beings share equal rights to life and liberty. c. All human beings have the right to liberty. a. International humanitarian law is not applicable in non-international armed conflicts b. International human rights law is applicable in times of war and peace c. In times of war, members of the armed forces can never come under the protection of international humanitarian law because they are the ones conducting hostilities a. Yes b. Yes, in some cases c. No d. No, in some cases a. In case of self-defense or when authorized by the UN Council b. Only if authorized by the UN Council c. Only in case of self defense d. Only in case of self-defense, but with the authorization of the UN Council a. 1974 b. 1947 c. 1954 d. 1928

opinio juris c. and with regard to other activities for the economic exploitation and exploration of the zone? a. What does soft law mean in international law? a. Which of the following does not apply in international law? a. Incidental civilian losses when firing on a legitimate military target b. Lex specialis b. The use of destructive weapons to save the people in a dictatorial military regime d. because the Constitution is silent on the requirements of abrogating a treaty c.d. When the government enters into contracts with private citizens b. like humanitarian law. Which of the following is true about the concept of diplomatic immunity? a. No. because the concurrence of the other state is necessary to nullify the treaty 21. Which of the following is an exception of state immunity? a. Torturing an international terrorist who bombed New York and killed 5. of the waters superjacent to the seabed and of the seabed and subsoil. International law itself is soft law baselines of a state over which the coastal state has sovereign rights for the purpose of exploring and exploiting. It covers contracts made in relation to professional services rendered by a diplomat . Contiguous zone b. Doctrine of incorporation b. whether living or nonliving. Exclusive economic zone c. Yes. When the government enters into contracts with private citizens for government purposes 15. because the Constitution says the concurrence of the Senate is necessary b. rebus sic stantibus 19. lex specialis d. Doctrine of proportionality c. No. It covers high-ranking officials only and excludes rank-and-file employees b. conserving and managing the natural resources. Norms that are non-binding in character but still have legal relevance c. Yes. Territorial sea d.000 civilians 18. International human rights law. Internal Waters 17. a. because it is within his power to enter into and abrogate international agreements d. When the government enters into contracts for government purposes c. Norms that are non-binding and have no legal relevance d. None of the above d. Norms that are binding but are not included in treaties or international charters b. Can a President abrogate a treaty without the ratification of the Senate? a. What is the name of zone extending up to 200 nautical miles from the 16. This doctrine says that every treaty binding upon the parties to it and must be performed by them in good faith. Which of the following is acceptable under international humanitarian law? a. pacta sunt servanda 20. Using destructive warfare so long as it is necessary to bring down the opponent c. When the government enters into contracts for commercial purposes 22. is non-derogable d.

freedom of navigation b. they encountered a strong storm which effectively destroyed their navigating instruments and brought them to a barren island without inhabitants. Christoph is a naval agent of Ukraine holding the position vice-admiral. Ferdi was an 18th century colonial explorer. a. No one. freedom of laying pipelines 23. exclusive economic zone c. Ukraine b. except . d. decisions and or teachings of highly publicized commentators e. Upon checking on his map. But after gathering the spices that he needed he left and never returned until after 40 years. general principles of law d. freedom to annexation 27. In the course of navigation. Christoph realized that it is the legendary lost island of Atlantis. A person requested to be extradited is entitled to notice and hearing. No c. contiguous zone d. It cannot be invoked by a diplomat when acting in his personal capacity a. Yes. he discovered a seemingly pristine island covered with dense growth of trees. a citizen of Republic of Takas is claiming the enforcement of the treaty with respect to his goods exported to Kingdom of Malaya. high seas e. continental shelf 29. While navigating the high seas. Republic of Takas and Kingdom of Malaya entered into a treaty concerning some trade tax exemptions they grant to each other. They signed the treaty on May 31. Which of the following is not a source of international law a. This is an area of water not exceeding 12 nautical miles from territorial sea the and 24 nautical miles from the baseline. because he is entitled to his constitutional rights to due process b. he published his discovery in Honolulu Journal and claimed ownership to the island in the name of his country. customs c. Will his claim prosper? 26. Dmitri. He was sent by the Ukraine government to deliver an important cargo to North Korea. none of the above b. Ferdi and Tribu de Ungga Ungga co-own it d. He then claimed the island for his King. They must submit the issue to court 25. Yes. He was sent to a mission to look for some rare and undiscovered spices by his capricious monarch named Felipe. Pending ratification. By that time there was already a group of inhabitants who called themselves "Tribu de Ungga Ungga. because an extradition process is not a criminal process c. internal waters 28.c. China went to the island and installed oil pipelines and other huge tenements and claimed title for itself. No. It depends on the provisions of the extradition treaty d. North Korea b. It covers contracts entered into in relation to the maintenance of diplomatic residences d. freedom of overflight c. The high seas is subject to these freedoms. China c. Who has the better title to the island? a. Upon his return to Ukraine. 2011." Does Ferdi have a rightful claim to the island? a. Right after publishing. conventions b. because he is about to lose his liberty and security d. Yes 24. a. It belongs to all states of the world.

None of the above 33. A diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State. The private residence of a diplomatic agent shall enjoy the same inviolability and protection as the premises of the mission c. All of the above g. That of counselors. A real action relating to private immovable property situated in the territory of the receiving State. The premises of the mission. An action relating to any professional or commercial activity exercised by the diplomatic agent in the sending State outside his official functions d. heir or legatee in behalf of the sending State b. None of the above 32. Both b and d g. The receiving State is under a special duty to take all appropriate steps to protect the premises of the mission against any intrusion or damage and to prevent any disturbance of the peace of the mission or impairment of its dignity. All of the above e. the functions of a diplomatic mission. Negotiating with the Government of the receiving State as well as other States in which the receiving State has diplomatic relations to d. and other heads of mission of equivalent rank b. Protecting in the receiving State the interests of the sending State and of its nationals. administrator. Promoting friendly relations between the sending State and the receiving State. Under Article 14 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. b. consist inter alia in the following.a. That of ambassadors or nuncios accredited to Heads of State. A necessary consequence of the establishment and functioning of a mission is the protection of the premises from external interference. d. The agents of the receiving State may not enter them. Which of the following is not in accordance with the Vienna Convention regarding premises? a. Representing the sending State in the receiving State b. The international court has final decision in the interpretation f. and developing their economic. An action relating to succession in which the diplomatic agent is involved as executor. their furnishings and other property thereon and the means of transport of the mission shall be immune from search. except with the consent of the head of the mission. cultural and scientific relations f. That of chargés d’affaires accredited to Ministers for Foreign Affairs e. Under Article 3 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. None of the above g. or attaches c. The premises of the mission shall be inviolable. heads of missions are divided into several classes. Maybe d. requisition. and reporting thereon to the Government of the sending State e. ministers and internuncios accredited to Heads of State d. attachment or execution e. except in the case of: 31. All of the above f. diplomatic secretaries. Both b and d 30. within the limits permitted by international law c. which he holds on behalf of the sending State for the purposes of the mission c. Both a and c . He shall also enjoy immunity from its civil and administrative jurisdiction. Ascertaining by all lawful means conditions and developments in the receiving State. All of the above a. Yes b. except: a. Which is not among the classes identified in the Convention? a. No c. That of envoys.

In case of the death of a member of the mission. his immunity shall continue to subsist with respect to respect to acts performed by such a person in the exercise of his functions as a member of the mission b. All of the above f. The initiation of proceedings by a diplomatic agent or by a person enjoying immunity from jurisdiction under article 37 shall not preclude him from invoking immunity from jurisdiction in respect of any counterclaim directly connected with the principal claim. When the functions of a person enjoying privileges and immunities have come to an end. national. International custom . A diplomatic agent shall not be exempt from all dues and taxes. Waiver of immunity from jurisdiction of diplomatic agents may be express or implied. Both b and d f. even in case of armed conflict e. if already in its territory. Dues and taxes on private income having its source in the receiving State and capital taxes on investments made in commercial undertakings in the receiving State b. Waiver of immunity from jurisdiction in respect of civil or administrative proceedings shall not be held to imply waiver of immunity in respect of the execution of the judgment. Treaties e. The following are considered sources of International Law except: a.f. Both a and b g. such privileges and immunities shall normally cease at the moment when he leaves the country. Which of the following statements is true: a. None of the above a. c. the receiving State shall permit the withdrawal of the movable property of the deceased. The immunity from jurisdiction of diplomatic agents and of persons enjoying immunity under article 31 may be waived by the sending State. e. Charges levied for specific services rendered d. In the event of the death of a member of the mission not a national of or permanently resident in the receiving State or a member of his family forming part of his household. Both b and d 38. None of the above g. b. but shall subsist until that time. All of the above 35. or on expiry of a reasonable period in which to do so. Which of the following statements is not true? 34. None of the above 36. for which a separate waiver shall be necessary d. the members of his family shall continue to enjoy the privileges and immunities to which they are entitled until the expiry of a reasonable period in which to leave the country f. from the moment when his appointment is notified to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs or such other ministry as may be agreed c. Which of the following best articulates the attribute of a practice considered customary International Law? g. personal or real. with the exception of any property acquired in the country the export of which was prohibited at the time of his death d. When the functions of a person enjoying privileges and immunities have come to an end. except: a. regional or municipal in following instances. Dues and taxes on private immovable property situated in the territory of the receiving State. Every person entitled to privileges and immunities shall enjoy them from the moment he enters the territory of the receiving State on proceeding to take up his post or. International conventions b. None of the above 37. Both c and d g. unless he holds it on behalf of the sending State for the purposes of the mission d. Indirect taxes of a kind which are normally incorporated in the price of goods or services c. Judicial decisions c.

Conquest b. After decades of peace negotiations. Alleged irregularities in the bidding process. After Van Bowel demanded payment for services rendered. Cuban authorities. The practice permits no derogation b. d. The acts of the RPLF cannot be subject to sanctions because it is not yet a member of the United Nations. b. The following are sufficient to establish territorial sovereignty over an area except: a. became the subject of Senate investigations and. however. c. Display of authority c. meanwhile. None of the above 40. The DPRK should condemn other countries for hindering it from pursuing its space program. c. Which of the following is in accord with the doctrines and principles of International Law? . the Rastafarian People’s Liberation Front (RPLF) managed to secure the complete autonomy of certain regions of Rastahmahn which were subsequently organized as a “juridical entity.” Henceforth. organized its own army. Rastahman is liable for reparations for commiting genocide. Effective occupation d. Which of the following pronouncement is consistent with the principles and doctrines of International Law? a. 43. After eliciting widespread criticism and condemnation of its planned sattelite launch. He finished the design and presented it to the private Filipino contractor which won in the bidding for constructing the airport. b. Not to impede the right of transit passage b. however. The acts of the RPLF armed forces cannot be attributed to Rastahman since the latter did not exercise effective control over the former. are seeking to submit him to the local courts to try him for the crime of torture. Centuries of ethnic tensions. perceived by the international community to be actually a nuclear missile test. the former president of the Republic of Viyear and accused of masterminding the torture of hundreds of oppositionists during his term. Not to suspend transit passage e. Rastahman violated its obligation to prevent genocide. subsequently. led to the massacre of 10. DPRK must refrain from pushing through with the launch since its unilateral declaration created a legal obligation to refrain from doing so. The pronouncement is not binding since the unilateral declaration of DPRK created no legal obligation. To notify concerned parties of any danger to navigation d. Belgium may claim indemnity from the Philippines on behalf of its citizen. Bordering states along straits are duty-bound to do the following except: a. None of the above 41. c.a. The Philippine government cannot be sued because it is immune from suit. Provide facilities for efficient transit passage c. d. Which of the following pronouncements is in accord with the principles and doctrines of International Law? a.Pal Pot. the said juridical entity drafted and ratified its own organic law. 39. Adherence is optional c. flew to Cuba for treatment of his stage IV lung cancer. Other countries mist push DPRK to enter into a multi-lateral treaty to create a legal obligation for it to refrain from launching its purported sattelite. however. The dispute does not involve states since the fault lies with the private contractor. and entered into trade relations with neighboring states. the Philippine government refused noting that it never received his designs. Which of the following pronouncements is consistent with the principles and doctrines of International Law? 44.000 members of the Hiphopmahn tribe scattered throughout the RPLF-controlled regions. It has a norm-creating character d. the Democratic People’s Republic of Kookoorithckin (DPRK) held a press conference and sent letters to different heads of state saying that it would no longer push through with the intended launch. Van Bowel can sue the Philippine government to recover payment for services rendered b. 42. d. Acquiesence of neighboring states e. John Van Bowel was a Belgian who was hired by the Philippine government to design a multi-billion peso international airport. It is recognized in international conventions a. the private contractor was booted out from the project.

Which of the following pronouncements is consistent with the doctrines and principles of International Law? a. . b. The armed attack is justified because oil platforms are legitimate military targets. The destruction of the missile silo is not justified since there was no attack from B. Pal Pot cannot be tried in Cuba and has to be extradited to Viyear. None of the above 48. Yes. The armed attack is not justified because because B did not ask A to help in defending itself from C. However. Yes. since the treaty expresses a customary norm. d. The pedestrian then sues the consular officer for damages. since A’s coast guard was not acting under express authority of A’s officials. e. d. Late for a meeting with the President of the receiving state. they shot a rocket launcher at B’s military vessel. e. because its former assent is enough to bind it to the terms of the treaty. Which of the following pronouncements is consistent with the principles and doctrines of International Law? a. his car hit a pedestrian causing serious injuries to the latter. alarmed by the construction of State B of a missile silo in an island close to the capital of A. since the act was done in self-defense. C then brings the matter to the ICJ. since the coast guard is mandated by A to attack intruders. Pal Pot should not be submitted to the courts based on humanitarian grounds. In response. Pal Pot is immune from suit since the incidents of torture were committed when he was the head of state of Viyear. c. The consular officer cannot be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the receiving state since he is immune from suit. State A sent forces to train the armed forces of State B in a planned attack against the oil platforms of State C. No. c. The treaty was eventually forged with the signatures of all the member-states except Myanmar. Yes. 47. The attack ensued. The two states have an antagonistic relationship with B repeatedly issuing statements that it would not hesitate to attack A when an “opportunity presents itself. The destruction of the missle is justified since an attack has been perceived to be imminent. While patrolling the waters near a widely contested island group. d. State A. Myanmar’s assent to the treaty was highly publicized and widely criticized for being hypocritical. e. c. The destruction of the missle silo is not justified because it failed to satisy the necessity and proportionality test. c. None of the above. None of the above. claiming that the leftist government of C posed threats to the security of B and other neighboring states. and killing its crew. since it the assent was made prior to the drafting of the treaty. Is State A liable for the act? a. Is the treaty still binding on Myanmar considering that it had assented to it earlier? a. Pal Pot is not immune from suit since his term as head of state has expired. e. 46.” State B brought the ensuing dispute to the attention of the ICJ. the said military vessel started firing their machineguns at them. b. sent special forces to demolish the said missile silo. No. 49. b.a. d. d. consular officer of State A instructed his driver to rush. Pal Pot is not immune from suit because torture cannot be attributed to a sovereign act. ASEAN countries drafted a multi-lateral treaty expressing the member-nations’ commitment to eradicate torture in all spheres of government conduct. 45. on the way. the coast guard of State A spotted a military vessel of State B conducting surveys on the surrounding waters. b. b. A raises collective self-defense. Which of the following pronouncement is in accord with the principles and doctrines of International Law? a. since the failure to sign implies dissent to the treaty. To their surprise. The armed attack is justified under the doctrine of anticipatory self-defense. since the coast guard is a state organ of A. sinking it. causing large-scale damage to C’s oil platforms. None of the above. No. The destruction of the missile silo is justified because the missile silo is meant for a prohibited weapon. A had long been pressuring C to open its nationalized oil industry to A’s market. e. Yes. No. The armed attack is not justified because it failed the tests of necessity and proportionality. c.

The measure was vetoed by two permanent members of the Security Council. None of the above. c. inhumane conditions that eventually led to the death of all 5. The following can engage state responsibility except: a.” State A and other participating states invaded State B. Yes. 54. b. a bitter rival of State B. d. Ottawa Protocol 53. however. State A. The consular officer is subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the receiving state for the suit for damages ensuing from a vehicular accident. In the course of negotiating a treaty with State B. In response to a terrorist attack. c. e.000 soldiers of State B. None of the above. The response of State B is unjustified for failing the test of necessity and proportionality. The treaty is binding to State C since the new state has not yet been recognized by the international community. No. which the military intelligence of State A claims to have been hosting and supporting the terrorist group responsible for the attack. the campaign is not a violation of the prohibition since it is an act of self-defense. Which of the following is consistent with the principles and doctrines of International Law? a. Which of the following pronouncements is in accord with the principles and doctrine of International Law? a. C.000 soldiers. but killing millions and resulting in the destruction of around 70% of the infrastructure of State A. . The response of State B is an unjustified act under International Humanitarian Law.b. Yes. c. in an overwhelmingly successful campaign. State B countered by launching a full-scale attack against State A using traditional weapons. The treaty is not binding to State C because the emerging state is not a party to the treaty. d. d. launched a military campaign in State B to destroy facilities believed to be used for uraniumenrichment. None of the above. and ratified with full powers. The consular officer can refuse to appear before the courts of the receiving state. The Genocide Convention d. 50. The captured soldiers were tortured and subjected to harsh. the campaign is a violation of the prohibition because it was launched without the go-signal by the Security Council. 51. During the war between State A and State B. d. claiming that it is merely pursuing a civilian nuclear program. Which among the following is the legal instrument applicable to the cited situation? a. While in exile. b. ROTC cadets e. signed. Police officers b. None of the above. The treaty is binding to State C under the principle of pacta sunt servanda e. State B is suspected of developing a nuclear weapons program. State A applied to the UN Security Council for military countermeasures against State B. However. Dubbed the “Coalition of the Willing. a general of State A. No. the president of State A. 52. Is the military campaign a violation of the provision against the use of force of the UN Charter? a. The response of State B is justified as an act of self-defense. The Torture Convention e. prompting State A to unilaterally declare a “war against terror” and called on willing states to send troops for a military campaign against State B. The Geneva Conventions c. with members of the legislative also in exile. c. b. The treaty is not binding to State C because it was not negotiated. The consular officer should be recalled by the sending state for his negligence. the president of State A was overthrown by a popular uprising which subsequently led to the organization of a new state. Vigilante cultists on a crusade against leftist rebels e. signed and subsequently ratified the treaty. the campaign is not a violation of the prohibition on the ground of opposability. the campaign is a violation of the prohibition because non-military measures were not first employed. Mercenary groups hired by the government c. it has consistently denied the allegation. The Rome Statute b. captured 5.

Security interests 60. Deportation b. General assembly resolutions (General Assembly resolutions are not formal sources of international law. . A state which is not a member of the UN may become a party to the Statute of the ICJ on conditions to be determined by the General Assembly upon the recommendation of the Security Council (The other choices are false because the ICJ is a principal organ. They are merely restatements of customary law) d. Murder c. It can enter into an agreement with the specialized agencies or any of the agencies referred to in Article 57 of the UN Charter. Rape e. General Principles of Law b. A member of the UN does not undertake to comply with the decision of the ICJ in a case to which it is a party. Geological structures e. 58. Which of the following about Economic and Social Council (EcoSoc) is NOT true? a. 55. The following are within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court except: a. d. Eighteen members are elected each year for a term of two (2) years (The term for elected members of the EcoSoc is three (3) years. Economic dependence d. Which of the following is NOT a principal organ of the United Nations(UN)? a.) d. Extermination d. None of the above. Treaties c. Each member shall have one representative only.) c.) c. which is the office that includes the Secretary General and its staff. Conduct of the parties b. Which of the following is true about the International Court of Justice? a. Economic capability c. b. The Economic and Social Council (EcoSoc) consists of only 54 members elected by the General Assembly. Equitable principles in the delimitation of maritime boundaries consider the following except: a. Customary Norms b. The response of State B is justified because A started the armed aggression. General Assembly b. e. Some members of the UN are not parties to the Statute of the ICJ c. All of the above (*need to be widespread or systematic and with knowledge) 59. The Secretary-General (A principal organ of the UN is the Secretariat. The following are formal sources of International Law except: 57. Security Council d.d. all members of the UN are deemed parties to the Statute of the ICJ and undertakes to comply with the decision thereof. It is subsidiary organ of the UN such as the International Criminal Court 56. Economic and Social Council a.

Local ordinances are not material sources of custom. c. Freedom to lay submarine cables and pipelines. c.) . Indirect taxes. Ambassador’s spouse. Municipal ordinances. c. and scientific research. The high seas are all parts of the seas which do not form the internal waters or territorial sea of a State. Which of the following is a false statement regarding consequences of a breach of an international organization attributable to a State? 66. c. If an island is uninhabited.) 65. A Filipino who left his home in Laguna for Surigao del Sur to escape malicious and baseless prosecution. When it codifies customary norms. Freedom to construct artificial islands and structures. 64. b. A Filipino who left his home in Laguna for Libya to escape armed conflict. (A refugee must cross international borders to be considered as such. Freedom of fishing. d. d. The other 3 are: navigation. C. It violates jus cogens norms. A. A Filipino who left his home in Laguna for Chile to escape prosecution. When there is no fraud and inducement. 68. All of the above (A diplomatic agent must pay for the taxes for all of the above. Discovery alone is sufficient and entitles the claimant to a title.) d. 67. Only terra nullius territory may be the subject of discovery and effective occupation. Diplomatic Correspondence b. succession or inheritance tax. b. Effective occupation is a move towards the exercise of exclusive authority in a territory. b. The State agents have full powers to bind the State. b. b. Estate.) d. d. Diplomatic agents are exempt from taxes except: D. Policy Statements. open declaration is considered sufficient. a. c. 63. A Filipino who left his home in Laguna for Spain to avoid armed conflict. Which of the following is not a refugee? a. Diplomatic agents. State legislation. (A treaty is invalid when it clearly violates jus cogens norms. The following are material sources of custom except: a.The following enjoys diplomatic immunity except: d. Dues and taxes on private income derived within the State and capital taxes on investments made in commercial undertakings in the Receiving State.61. overflight. a. Which of the following statements about modes of acquisition of territory is false? c. Treaties can be deemed invalid if: a. The high seas are subject to the following freedoms except: a. None of the above (A to C are 3 of the 6 Freedom of the high seas. Private servants of members of the mission. All of the above B. 62.

Satisfaction C. Compel a third party State to subject itself to the proceedings C. None of the above. All of the above 71. which of the following is not among the sources applied by the ICJ in its decisions? A. To subject itself to proceedings in the ICJ. B. Jurisdiction 74. Imperium C. All of the above D. Res nullius B.A. Res communis 73. the ICJ may exercise jurisdiction over the following: B. Writings of leading publicists B. Under Article 38. To cease and desist from B. It may consist in an acknowledgment of the breach. administration and disposition. A. C. Dominium D. which are not capacble of being placed under the sovereignty of a State? A. None of the above 75. Secure permission from the State authorities. D. To make reparations for damages. Restitution D. Imperium B. Acts of individuals D. 72. This consists of the high seas and the outer space. Residual sovereignty C. Which of the following is not an obligation in the exercise of transit of passage under Article 39 of the UNCLOS? . C. A coastal State may punish infringement of its laws and regulations involving the following except: A. Refrain from making any threat. Dominium A. Compnesation B. a formal apology or an expression of regret. It is the general power of government. A. Implement measures to reduce pollution. With the consent of the parties. Interpretation of a treaty D. a capacity recognized by international law. Customs C. A. Immigration B. Fiscal 70. Proceed without delay. 69. Ggeneral principles D.

When an offense on board a ship affects the peace or good order of the state B. Which of the following statements about JUS COGENS is False? a. If the intervention is requested by the captain of the ship C. 200 miles from the outer limits 81. It can only be modified by a subsequent norm of general international law having the same character 82. Extensive and uniform state practice for a reasonable time 78. International customs as evidence by a general practice accepted as laws b. General principles of law recognized by civilized nations d. the contiguous zone pertains to: a. landward of a straight line across its mouth b. All of the above b. Right not to be prosecuted [when one enter a state of refuge] Right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution. State practice and opinion juris d. Constant and uniform practice between states d. International conventions. Right to freedom of movement. It is a mandatory norm and stands on a higher category than jus dispositivum norm c. freedom to leave any country. None of the above 79. Usage and opinion juris c. Under the UN Conference of the Law of the Sea. freedom to choose his or her residence. and to return to his or her country. This is the basic right under international law which prohibits a potential receiving state from returning a person back to his/her homestate pending administrative inquiry as to the entitlement to refugee status a. The following are the sources of international law except: a. if the entrance is not more than 24 geographic miles wide. Any port. the following are considered as part of the Inland waters except? a. whether general or particular establishing rules impliedly recognized by contesting states c. Customs D. Historic bay d. landward of a straight line is over 24 geographical miles long .C. 12 miles from the outer limits c. 3 nautical miles from the lowest water mark b. Any other bay. 12 miles from the lowest water mark 77. It prevails over state immunity d. If it is necessary for the suppression of narcotic drugs D. Any river or stream flowing directly into the sea. What are the elements that must be satisfied for a norm to become customary? a. c. landward of its outermost permanent harbour works and a straight line across its mouth c. Which of the following is an exception cited in article 24 of the UNCLOS where a coastal state will exert local jurisdiction over purely internal affairs on foreign ships? A. Right of non-refoulement 76. including his or her own. It is a norm which States cannot derogate or deviate from in their agreements b. 80. d. Under the Convention on the Territorial Sea and the Contiguous Zone. Constant and uniform usage by states b.

83. Acts committed with or without intent to destroy. except: a. Who would head a mission if the post of the head of the mission is vacant or if the head is unable to perform his functions? a. International conventions. Can become institutionalized through international organizations c. General principles of law recognized by civilized nations 85. moral. except: a. Freedom from scientific research e. have existed if that act had been committed. If restoration is not possible. Capacity to enter into relations with other states d. except: 87. Decisions of the ICJ is enforced by . War crimes d. Which of the following is false? a. International norms a. expressly recognized by the contesting states b. in whole or in part. The following are the qualifications a state should possess to be considered as a person of international law. b. None of the above 90. a national. Sec 1 Art 38 of the ICJ Statute provides the following sources of international law a. in all probability. Ambassadors or nuncios accredited to the Head of state where the mission is to be performed b. International custom. All of the above g. Other heads of mission of equivalent rank with respect to ambassadors c. Create common ideas and cultural attitudes across countries 86. The International Criminal Court has jurisdiction over the following. Were established after the 2nd World War by the United Nations d. Government a. Reparation must wipe-out all the consequences of the illegal act and re-establish the situation which would. the remedy is compensation to such amount as to eliminate all effects of the illegal taking b. Permanent population c. It is a principle of international law that the reparation of a wrong may consist in an indemnity corresponding to the damage which the nationals of the injured state have suffered as a result of an unlawful act. Only rarely gain legitimacy when a world government is absent e. Both a and b 84. Internuncios accredited to Heads of State d. ethical. liquidated and/or temperate damages d. A and B only e. The high seas are subject to the following freedoms. Reparation includes payment for actual. Freedom from fishing d. Crimes against humanity committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population and with knowledge of the attack c. A and C only f. Crime of aggression 89. exemplary. Freedom from overflight c. c. None of the above f. Charge d’affaires 88. racial or religious group b. None of the above d. Sovereignty b. All of the above f. Freedom from navigation b. as evidence of a general practice accepted as law c.

a. Freedom of exploitation for military and para-military purposes d. with reference to the case of Nicaragua v US e. Right to use force against other states 96. Must have a valid ground when it chooses not to carry out such obligations d. Must accept the obligations of the Charter c. According to Abaya v Ebdane. The following are principles of the UN Charter. Acceptance of a state's official status and of its representatives a. absolutely not possible. decisions cannot be enforced d. The polluter pays c. The high seas are all parts of the sea that are not included in the territorial sea or in the internal waters of a State. All of the above e. diplomatic community c. it is considered as an Executive Agreement: a. A and B e. Must be a state a. Equality of member states b. The state automatically loses its case c. None of the above 91. No. Independence d. diplomatic immunity d. UN Armed Forces b. Prior informed consent d. None of the above e. Freedom to lay submarine cables and pipelines e. The UN Charter provides the following conditions for membership. None of the above. Norms of environmental protection include a. diplomatic representation 97. except: 95. Exchange of notes b. The precautionary principle b. UN Security Council 94. No. Peace-loving b. Territorial integrity a. except 92. except: b. All of the above . but the state shall be given time to deposit its ratification d. Mere shake of hands of the parties d.a. Loan agreement between the parties c. Yes. Freedom to construct artificial islands and structures 93. Can the PCIJ obtain compulsory jurisdiction over actions of a state which has not deposited its instrument of ratification of a treaty a. diplomatic recognition b. NATO b. The high seas are subject to the following freedoms. diplomatic acceptance e. UN General Assembly c. Freedom of scientific research c. Sovereignty c.

The admission of any such state to membership in the United Nations will be effected by a decision of the General Assembly upon the recommendation of the Security Council. shall apply the following. in virtue of Article 4 of the Charter. A member. whether general or particular. except: a. Accession b. An action relating to succession in which the diplomatic agent is involved as executor. On notification by the sending state to the receiving state that his function have come to an end. together with the context. and hence be bound by it? a. Ratification c. Any subsequent even which involves the contracting parties which is directly connected to the said treaty. d. d. 99. . establishing rules expressly recognized by contesting States. Pour autrui principe under Article 36 of the Vienna Convention d. Pacta tertiis under Article 35 of the Vienna Convention c.98. in the judgment of the Organization. 103. d. If the treaty codifies a customary norm. except: a. Article 4 of the UN Charter provides: “Membership in the United Nations is open to all other peace-loving states which accept the obligations contained in the present Charter and. Any subsequent agreement between the parties regarding the interpretation of the treaty or the application of its provisions. is juridically entitled to make its consent to the admission dependent on conditions not expressly provided by paragraph 1 of the said Article. b. heir or legatee as a private person and not on behalf of the sending state. c. unless he holds it on behalf of the sending state for purposes of the mission. the principle of the other treaty is considered embedded in the new treaty. On official departure of the consular staff from the receiving state. which is not a way for a State to express its consent to a treaty. it binds all. Exchange of instruments 101. The functions of a member of a consular post shall come to an end inter alia. On notification by the receiving state to the sending state that the receiving state has ceased to consider him as a member of the consular staff. A real action relating to the personal status of any citizen or resident of the receiving state. either in the Security Council or in the General Assembly. The exhaustive character of paragraph 1 of Article 4 does not forbid the taking into account of any factor which can be connected reasonably and in good faith with the conditions of paragraph 1. When a state is a signatory to a distinctly related treaty of a contracting state in another treaty. A member of the UN which is called upon.” d. An action relating to any professional or commercial activity exercised by the diplomatic agent in the receiving state outside his official functions 100. treaties have binding nature on parties signatory because of principle of autonomy under domestic law. On withdrawal of the exequatur. Generally. except: a. According to Article 11 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. c. whose function is to decide in accordance with international law such disputes as submitted to it. except: a. A diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving state. Any relevant rules of international law applicable in the relations between the parties 102. the following shall be taken into account. Which of the following is correct? c. to pronounce itself by its vote. a. However. International conventions. Implied approval 104. Any subsequent practice in the application of the treaty which establishes the agreement of the parties regarding its interpretation. are able and willing to carry out these obligations. therefore no signing is needed. The treaty merely restates it. b. c. b. b. on the admission of a State to membership in the UN. Which of the following is not an exception to this rule? a. In interpreting a treaty. b. d. The International Court of Justice. A real action relating to private immovable property situated in the receiving state territory. can subject its affirmative vote to the additional condition that other States be admitted to membership in the UN together with that State. Article 4 is merely an indispensable minimum to which political conditions could be added which might prevent the admission of new Members. administrator. he shall not enjoy immunity from its civil and administrative jurisdiction. while it recognizes the conditions set forth in Article 4 of the UN Charter to be fulfilled by the State concerned.

In which ways can a state manifest its consent? 107. State party undertakes in advance to accept the jurisdiction of the Court should a dispute arise on the interpretation or application of the treaty with another State party. c. d. The norm remains to be the compensability of every act of taking. None of the above. 112. unless the decision resulted from the unwillingness or inability of the State genuinely to prosecute. 108. unless the State is unwilling or unable genuinely to carry out the investigation or prosecution. NO c. What disputes between States can be entertained by the Court? a. Unilateral declaration d. International custom. c. Both A and B d.b. except: a. The norm remains to be enforceability of every international legal obligation. State may take up the case of one of its nationals and invoke against another State d. Both A and B d. regardless of source d. General principles of law recognized by civilized nations e. Is the state’s consent required for the dispute to be heard by the ICJ? 106. The case is not of sufficient gravity to justify further action of the Court 110. NO. Only States are eligible to appear before the Court in contentious cases. b. Individuals. A and C only 105. The norm remains to be the harmonization of all sources of legal obligations b. b. Settling legal disputes between States submitted to it by them b. as primary means for the determination of rules of law. acceptance is mandatory d. None of the above a. Which of the following is not an expropriation principle that governs foreign investment law? a. the ICJ can mandate that all members of the UN accept its jurisdiction 109. None of the above a. a case is inadmissible in the following instances. Are decisions of the Court binding? . b. A and B only d. It has been investigated by a State which has jurisdiction over it and the State has decided not to prosecute the person concerned. Upon motion by the UN prosecutor c. There was an agreement between the victim of another State and the investigating State that the latter will exercise jurisdiction over the case. When requested to do so by one or more States. Two or more States in a dispute on a specific issue may agree to submit it jointly to the Court b. 111. It is being investigated or prosecuted by a State which has jurisdiction over it. YES. Giving advisory opinions on legal matters referred to it c. Under Article 17 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court. YES b. All of the above e. The norm remains to be the expropriability of every property c. except when the taking is for an immediately necessary public reason. c. B and C only f. as evidence of a general practice accepted as law. What is the role of the ICJ? a. corporations or any other private entity c. Judicial decisions and the teachings of the most highly qualified publicists of the various nations. non-governmental organizations. Who may submit cases to the Court? a.

a. Freedom of religion d. b. International Humanitarian law sets rules for persons affected by armed conflict while International Human rights law sets rulesfor all persons WON affected by armed conflict b. International Humanitarian law regulates the protection of persons and conduct of hostilities in international armed conflict while International Human rights law sets imposes standards for treatment of persons both peacetime and war d. A State which resorts to retorsion in international law e. stare decisis 115. Which of the ff can be considered a jus cogens norm? a. none of the above. NO. Customary international law is binding on all states which explicitly consent to bound d. None of the above. A and B only e.” b. subject to derogation when national security is threatened. which is non-derogable both during peacetime and in a situation of armed conflict. both (a) and (b) e. international conventions b. a. Which of the statements is True? c. A and C only d. Customary international law is binding on all states that ratify a treaty c. Article 94 of the United Nations Charter lays down that "each Member of the United Nations undertakes to comply with the decision of [the Court] in any case to which it is a party".” d. International Human Rights law regulates the protection of persons and conduct of hostilities in international armed conflict while International Humanitarian law sets imposes standards for treatment of persons both peacetime and war 119. Advisory Opinions were intended as a means by which international agencies could seek the Court's help in deciding complex legal issues c. Distinguish International Humanitarian Law from International Human rights law? a. None of the above a. international custom c. Prohibition to torture c. YES. general principles of law recognized by civilized nations d. b. B and C only f. 117. e. An advisory opinion is open only to specified United Nations bodies and agencies. 116. International Human Rights law sets rules for persons affected by armed conflict while International Humanitarian law sets rules for all persons WON affected by armed conflict c. as a sovereign state. Both A and B 113. d. consent to its jurisdiction is not consent to execution a. Customary international law is binding on all states d. Freedom from torture is a right a. can expel the nationals of the offending state. Which of the statement is True? b. What of the ff is NOT a source of law for ICJ decisions? a. Advisory opinions are binding upon the states . None of the above c. Advisory opinions are without legal effect 114. 118. Right to life b. confined only during custodial investigation.” c. Both A and B b. cannot curtail migration from the offending state. should apply proportionate response within appreciable limit. must ensure that all states consent to its act.

only the sending country may waive such a right c. The President of Republic X seized one of the power plants of Dell Power Corp. In which cases is use of force allowed? a. The host nation may at any time and for any reason declare a particular member of the diplomatic staff to be persona non grata. Which of the ff characterizes a declaration of one as persona non grata a. No. 12-200 nautical miles 126. How should the amount of reparation be computed? a. 124. No. All of the above 120. only the premises of a diplomatic mission.g. What is the area covered by the contiguous zone? a. No. initiation of proceedings by the diplomat himself can open him to counterclaims e. d. 12-24 nautical miles c. including loss of profits. requisition. The host nation explains the reasons behind its declaration. won in a suit for damages. only the person of a diplomatic agent shall be inviolable c. War crimes do not include rape as an offense while crimes against humanity explicitly includes rape b. 0-12 nautical miles b. No. 24-200 nautical miles d. Yes b. The plant was then operated and controlled by El Presidente Company and Dell Power was not paid just compensation. After 20 years. All of the above d. The logistical value of the property at the time of the taking only. b. UN GA resolution authorizing the use of force e. War crimes can be committed in a single instance while crimes against humanity must be systematic and widespread 123. Yes d. War crimes are tried in the ICC while crimes against humanity tried in the ICJ d. War crimes are committed only during an armed conflict while crimes against humanity can only be committed in peacetime c. Compensation d. The host nation can only declare a particular member of the diplomatic staff to be persona non grata once he arrives in host nation territory c. he/she loses his diplomatic immunity. Humanitarian intervention upon authorization by the UN Security Council c. Both A and B 125. After the host nation declares a particular member to be persona non grata. Reparation b. What remedies can a one avail for breach of an international obligation by a state? a. No. such as an embassy. Dell Power Corp. c. so he can ensure uninterrupted power supply to his seven ranches. attachment or execution ? a. Distinguish war crimes and crimes against humanity 122. The logistical value of the property at the time the suit is filed. Are diplomats immune from prosecution? a. Satisfaction 121. b. Pre-emptive self-defence . a. Restitution c. Self-defense if an armed attack occurs against a state b. All of the above 127. Is the private residence of the diplomat immune from search. are inviolate b. The logistical value of the property taken at the time of the taking. they are only immune from criminal prosecution d.

The successor states have an imperfect title to their respective lands according to the old colonial boundaries and a new treaty must be entered into to ratify such delimitations. Country Y cannot claim exclusive rights to the Black Pearl because it is outside the Exclusive Economic Zone. A permanent population. Philippine Supreme Court decisions b. International Conventions d. According to the Montevideo Convention. A. Country Y has exclusive claim over the Black Pearl because it is within its Exclusive Economic Zone according to UNCLOS. and the capacity to enter into relations with other states. and the capacity to enter into relations with other states. and Corporations as long as all parties submit to the jurisdiction of the court in a written contract. b. a permanent territory. became independent. a Constitution. A new treaty should be signed by the successor states according to the uti possidetis juris principle. In 2010. Who may be parties in ICJ cases? d. a. America and Canada. The status of a treaty. and recognition by other states. d. 129. Country Y has exclusive claim over the Black Pearl because it has the right to explore and exploit its continental shelf. and the capacity to enter into relations with other states. including loss of profits from the time the property was taken. 133. States. a. A permanent population. their respective colonized states. c. A permanent population. In 1950. b. d. c. The ship is without nationality. if given publicly. a defined territory. as long as all parties submit to the jurisdiction of the court in a written contract. the colonial powers of China and Taiwan entered into a 50-year treaty delimiting the frontiers of their respective colonized states in North America. a government. International Organizations. Unilateral declarations by a State. and with an intent to be bound may have the character of a legal undertaking. a. sitting on the continental shelf of Country Y is the sunken ship Black Pearl. 135. A permanent population. Suspicion that the foreign ship is engaged in slave trade.d. c. b. Treaties c. States and International Organizations recognized by the United Nations. d. 132. c. b. at the time of its conclusion. America and Canada should enter into a new treaty as the 1950 treaty has already expired. the state as a person of international law should posses the following qualifications: a. d. a government. a permanent territory. The successor states should respect the colonial boundaries according to the uti possidetis juris principle. perfectly preserved and probably containing the priceless jewelries from the exploits of the famous pirate. d. General principles of law 131. Valid b. How should the new independent states delimit their boundaries? a. States and International Organizations. Without force or effect c. The following are sources of international law. a government. Which among the choices is not a ground for a warship to board a foreign ship in the high seas? a. a defined territory. . 250 miles. 128. The foreign ship is flying the wrong flag. a government. except: a. Voidable 134. States only. The logistical value of the property at the time the suit is filed. which conflicts with a peremptory norm is: c. Country Y cannot claim exclusive rights to the Black Pearl because the continental shelf is considered an island according to UNCLOS. Reasonable suspicion that the foreign ship is engaged in piracy. Void 130. b.

There is a hierarchy in applying (a)-(d) c.B. c. A. a state as a person of international law must possess the following qualifications except for: a. The following are guidelines in using straight baselines except for: a. Use of critical date d. Independence and sovereignty 136. Both are false. (c). Discovery per se is insufficient. Both are true. c. Government e. 140. (d) are not mutually exclusive d. Application of inter-temporal law d. Sea areas lying within the lines must be sufficiently closely linked to the land domain subject to the regime of internal waters . All True 141. Choose the false statement a. b. (d) judicial decisions and teachings of the most highly qualified publicists x x x) are true except for: a. Only statement A is true. The following statements regarding Art. Physical occupation is not required where taking of possession and intent to possess is shown in public declaration of sovereignty 138. (b). Both are true. Defined territory c. Generality of practice 142. Unilateral declarations must be done within the context of international negotiations and done in good faith for them to have binding effect. a. Only statement B is true. (c) general principles of law. Opinion juris b. d. The state impleaded as defendant in a suit for damages cannot claim sovereign immunity when the cause of action is based on official torture. The life of a boundary established is the same as the treaty’s. Public officials can be held personally accountable for acts claimed to have been performed in connection with official duties where they have acted ultra vires or where there is showing of bad faith. Considerable period of time a. ICJ Statute (The Court x x x shall apply: (a) international conventions. Drawing of straight baselines must not depart to any appreciable extent from the general direction of the coast b. c. Both are false. 139. there must be effective occupation b. It states the sources of international law b. Uniformity of state practice d. Capacity to enter into relations with other states 137. (b) international customs. b. d. and the expiration of the latter will cause the inapplicability of the boundary formerly set b. Uti Possidetis Juris c. Physical occupation is not necessary and open declaration is sufficient for uninhabited places d. Only statement B is true. Only statement A is true. (a). Terra nullius can be acquired by occupation c. Permanent population b. 38. B. Under the Montevideo Convention. The elements of customary international norm are the following except for: a. The following are doctrines enunciated in the Las Plamas case except for: a.

A treaty is entered into by sovereign states c. Nicaragua v US involves: a. Not to impede the right to transit passage b. Interpretation of a treaty b. 36 of the ICJ Statute defining the Court’s jurisdiction a. Equidistance Principle 145. A treaty must be governed by international law c. Kuroda v Jalandoni involved: a. Border dispute d. Requisites in incurring state responsibility except: a. War crimes b. Collective Self Defense b. Not to suspend the transit passage d. Continental Shelf d. Negligence or intention to breach an international obligation c. None of the above b. the bordering states have the following duties except for: a. Obligation to make reparation b. Chorzow Factor case involves: a. Sovereign Immunities d. Jurisdiction d. A treaty should be in written form b. Attributable to the State d. Yamashita v Styer doctrine involved: a. Choose the statement that is false a. Libya v Chad involved: c. UNCLOS 144. War crimes b. None of the above 150. Which is not a “legal dispute” as enumerated in Art. Jurisdiction 148. Breach of treaty b. Take account of economic interests peculiar to the region concerned as evidence by long usage 147. Breach of customary international law c. Provide appropriate publicity to any danger to navigation or overflight c. Treaty of Friendship and Good Neighborliness d. Diplomatic Immunity 146. Theory of auto imitation . UNCLOS 143. None of the above 149. Baselines shall be drawn to and from low-tide elevations d. In transit passage. Question of international law c. Provide authorization to conduct research and survey activities upon request of the foreign vessel c. A treaty may be entered into by International Organizations d. Nature or extent of reparation for the breach of an international obligation a. None of the above 151.c.

All of the above c. Mexican hired by the US government b. Archipelagic Baselines c. Effective Occupation d. Permanent population b. Preah Vihear Temple Case involves: a. Captain of the Paquete Havana d. Mexican hired by the US government d. Treaty of Munster c. Estoppel d. Constructive Possession b. Constructive Possession 160. Act of State Doctrine 155. Fishing vessels b. Restitutio in integrum b. UNCLOS b. doctor 152. Res Communis consists of: a. None of the above 156. Treaty of Munster 154. High Seas b. DEA Agents d. Territorial Sovereignty d. Compensation and Reparation c.c. Fisherman 153. Nuclear Weapons c. None of the above 158. All of the above d. Defined territory c. All of the above 159. Machain was a: a. Outer Space . Taxation b. Sosa was a : a. DEA Agent b. State Attribution c. The state as a person of International Law should possess the following qualifications: a. Mandates System d. Consular official 157. US v Iran involves: a. Paquete Havana involves: a. Duty to render assistance c. Saudi Arabia v Aramco involved: a. The Island of Palmas case involved: a. Government and capacity to enter into relations with other states d.

Torture b. A political refugee b. Iran is a party under the Vienna Conventions of 1961 on Diplomatic Relations and of 1963 on Consular Relations. All of the above 166. has the obligation to make reparation for the injury thereby caused. Reciprocity d. Natural Law b. Who is a refugee? a. c. therefore. The accused is entitled to bail. An extradition proceeding is a criminal proceeding. and consequently. Which of the following is correct? a. c. which of the following statements is false? a. All victims of genocide d. None of the above 165. Equidistance Principle b. Both a & b d. None of the above c. By its own choice. Acquiescence d. Infringement case c. None of the above 168. 164. There is no customary obligation to extradite without a treaty of extradition. Consent 161. has incurred responsibility towards the US. How do we know a norm has become customary? a. The accused is entitled to notice and hearing before the issuance of a warrant of arrest. Act of State Doctrine c. Duration b. d. The US is a party only to the Vienna Conventions of 1961 on Diplomatic Relations. Asylum Case involved: a. Opinio Juris c. b. Iran. by committing successive and continuing breaches of the obligations laid upon it by the Vienna Conventions of 1961 and 1963. A person who has to leave his home to avoid prosecution or armed conflict c. All of the above 167. . Collective Self Defense d. The Iranian Government in this case did not file any pleadings and did not appear before the Court.c. Uniformity of Practice 162. Generality of Practice d. The general declarations of the Ayatollah Khomeini do not amount to an authorization from the State to undertake the specific operation of invading and seizing the US Embassy. In the case concerning US Diplomatic and Consular Staff in Tehran (USA v Iran). State Practice b. State Tort d. Both a & b c. What is the basis of International Law? a. d. it has foregone the opportunities offered to it under the Statute and Rules of Court to submit evidence and arguments in support of its contention. All victims of war crimes b. What are elements of custom? a. 163. North Sea Continental Shelf Case discussed: a.

Judicial Settlements c. A bay is a well-marked indentation whose penetration is in such proportion to the width of its mouth as to contain land-locked waters and constitute more than a mere curvature of the coast. c. Decisions on the determination of additional categories of questions to be decided by a two-thirds majority. approval or accession establish the consent of a State to be bound by a treaty upon: a. the General Assembly shall not make any recommendation with regard to that dispute or situation. While the Security Council is exercising in respect of any dispute or situation the functions assigned to it in the Charter. good order or security of the coastal State. instruments of ratification. b. The principles against use of force in the UN Charter cannot be applied in this case because of the multilateral treaty reservation of the US. Negotiation b. c. to an adjacent belt of sea. 170. good d. Under the provisions on the General Assembly (Chapter V) of the UN Charter. A low-tide elevation is a naturally formed area of land which is surrounded by and above water at low tide but submerged at high tide. The US has not committed a violation of the principle of the non-use of force by arming and training the contras because it was justified as an exercise of the right of self-defence. The Court held that El Salvador would not be “affected” by the decision that the Court would have to take on the claims of Nicaragua. a. Which of the following is correct? Under the UN Charter. and which would otherwise be situated wholly or partly outside the outer limit of the territorial sea. None of the above d. in the case of an archipelagic State. described as the territorial sea. whether coastal or land-locked. Which of the following is correct? Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. beyond its land territory and internal waters and. Military maneuvers held by the United States near the Nicaraguan borders. Passage is innocent so long as it is not prejudicial to the peace. 171. Which of the following is incorrect? Under the Vienna Convention on the Law on Treaties. Their deposit with the depositary c. Which of the following is false? Under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. c. which of the following statements is correct? a. d. d. first of all. b. All of the above. c. c. the parties to any dispute shall. enjoy the right of innocent passage through the territorial sea. Members of the diplomatic staff of the mission may not be appointed from among persons having nationality of the receiving State 174. Waters on the landward side of the baseline of the territorial sea form part of the internal waters of the State 172.169. are not included in the territorial sea. Members of the diplomatic staff of the mission should be a citizen of the sending State b. a. The sovereignty over the territorial sea is exercised subject to other rules of international law. Passage of a foreign ship shall be considered to be prejudicial to the peace. a. Ships of all States. acceptance. The receiving State may reserve the same right with regard to nationals of a third State who are not also nationals of the sending State. The sovereignty of a coastal State extends. All of the above 173. d. . This sovereignty extends to the air space over the territorial sea as well as to its bed and subsoil. Enquiry 176. b. or the supply of funds to the contras. do not amount to a use of force. Their exchange between the contracting States b. unloading and anchoring of ships. Their notification to the contracting States or to the depositary d. its archipelagic waters. Choose the incorrect statement. shall be made by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting. In the Case Concerning Military and Paramilitary Activities In and Against Nicaragua (Nicaragua v USA). unless the treaty otherwise provides. 175. The General Assembly cannot discuss questions relating to the maintenance of international peace and security brought before it by a state which is not a Member of the United Nations. All of the above a. b. Roadsteads which are normally used for the loading. Each member shall have not more than three representatives in the General Assembly. seek a solution by: a.

Consul Sul found out that the accident was just a ploy to extort money from him by the supposed victim. Consul can now deny the jurisdiction of the court over his person as his immunity from suit can never be waived 184. UN GA requested for an advisory opinion regarding validity of treaty between Germany. b. however. a. b. Consul can prevent enforcement despite express waiver of immunity from the civil case. it was submitted to DFA which in turn duly endorsed it to the President NN YING. treaty law always prevails over customary law. Consul can argue that the sending state’s express waiver of the immunity vested to him is necessary for recovery. Odd man out. Treaty binds non-signatory who is granted some rights under it upon its assent. ICJ can exercise jurisdiction over a claim based on customary law despite refusal of a state to give its consent to submit to its jurisdiction. Only those costs of peacekeeping operations approved by the Security Council can be defrayed by the member states. Treaty expressly made to bind a third party is effected upon signing of said non-party. Any exercise or practice with weapons of any kind b. None of the above 182. except: a. the subject operation can be defrayed by the member states. a. since majority of other State parties have objected in the said reservation 181. Due to divine intervention and extraordinary feelings of compassion for the victim. Invalid. c. ICJ decisions can be given stare decisis application but only in cases involving the same parties. UNGA requests for an advisory opinion on whether or not expenses incurred in a Peacekeeping Operationin the Country Koorganized by the GA can be defrayed by the member states. It. Which of the following statements is correct? a. Later on. c. 179. you know this case from “Certain Expenses of the UN” wherein the court held that: a. b.which is a not a member of UN. who is vested with the power to ratify. world wide web. Treaty binds all if merely codifies a customary norm. b. 178. c. a. Internuncios accredited to Heads of State 186. b. The reservation is – a. b. Expenses that can be defrayed by member states are all amounts paid out to cover costs of carrying out the purposes of UN. a. After signing of X treaty by Country A’s representative. Customary law operates independently of treaty law. c. Any fishing activities d. The ICJ cannot act on the request as there is a non-member state involved. since the reservation contravenes the purpose of the treaty c. In case of overlaps. As a student of Prof Roque in PIL. Country UofA signs the Privacy Treaty which seeks to impose stricter rules and regulations in international data flows such as telemarketing. in which failure to do so may be remedied/compelled thru Mandamus c. The ICJ cannot act as there is no genuine dispute since UN GA is not a real party to the subject matter involved. Odd man out. Which of the following is an accurate description of the relationship between treaty law and customary law? a. Consul Sul was involved in a vehicular accident. 177. since said objective cannot be faithfully complied with by Country UofA due to justifiable ground as stated b. . The carrying out of research or survey activities c. Consul. arguing that it needs to monitor them by reason of its global fight against terrorism. b. c. Diplomatic Staff. President NN YING now – a. Treaty law is superior than customary law (Art 38 of the ICJ Statute). Valid. The ICJ can act on the request only upon the consent of Vatican City. after having been invited to accept membership for purpose of such dispute. subject to the concurrence of the Senate as explained in case of Pimentel v Enrile 185. 183. 180. after the victim has obtained a favorable ruling. Ambassadors c. The following are correct statements on binding nature of treaties except: a. can ratify the treaty. should issue a transmittal to the Senate pursuant to EO 459.order or security of the coastal State if in the territorial sea it engages in any of the following activities. Household Staff. c. Choose the correct statement on ICJ. made a reservation as to the stringent rules on data collection in transborder data flow. c. Invalid. as long as he does not expressly waive his immunity from enforcement. he went to court and submitted to the court’s jurisdiction in the case for recovery. France. b.and Vatican City. can issue an executive order declaring the treaty as being entered into Force pursuant to Rome Statute on Treaties. The UNGA is still the primary organ mandated to conduct operations for the maintenance of international security. Nuncios accredited to Heads of State b. ICJ automatically acquires jurisdiction over cases involving erga omnes rights. and hence.