1 Consular jurisdiction today is regarded as being of historical significance only. However, remnants of it may be found in contemporary international law. Consular jurisdiction excluded the judicial competence of the receiving State with regard to the nationals of the sending State. Foreigners were subordinated to consuls who exercised judicial authority. Such exclusion infringed the sovereignty of the receiving State in the contemporary meaning of this notion.2 Consular jurisdiction was a feature of those times when personalism, as opposed to territorialism,...
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