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International Tin Council Case, JH Rayner (Mincing Lane) Ltd v Department of Trade and Industry, Decision on appeal, [1989] 3 WLR 969, [1990] 2 AC 418, [1989] 3 All ER 523, [1990] BCLC 102, (1990) 81 ILR 670, ILDC 1733 (UK 1990), 26th October 1989, United Kingdom; House of Lords [UKHL]

International Tin Council Case, JH Rayner (Mincing Lane) Ltd v Department of Trade and Industry, Decision on appeal, [1989] 3 WLR 969, [1990] 2 AC 418, [1989] 3 All ER 523, [1990] BCLC 102, (1990) 81 ILR 670, ILDC 1733 (UK 1990), 26th October 1989, United Kingdom; House of Lords [UKHL]

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Whether courts of the United Kingdom could enforce treaty obligations which had not been incorporated into domestic law by an Act of Parliament.

Whether states could be held liable for the debts of an international organization of which they were a member.

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