Chapter 21 addressed the problem of succession of States in respect of responsibility of States, namely the question whether or in what circumstances the successor State may replace predecessor States in respect of legal obligations which arose by reason of the internationally wrongful act of the predecessor State. There is, however, another situation which may result from the succession of States, namely that where the injured State is affected by the succession of States. This Chapter deals with succession in respect of secondary rights of the predecessor State...
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