ROM II-STATUT – GdM
There can be no non-contractual obligation in the contractual obligation – pacta sunt servanda.
Apply the international criminal law for unauthorized acts against the mandatory-humanitarian international law. P> „acta iure imperii“ distinguished by imperative law and Imperator p> Contract in international law. A pre-state organization is legally preceded by trans-state and intergovernmental relations that legitimately legitimately exercise a public power that is divorced from the state power of the contracting states. State, inter-state and supranational organizations have partial sovereignty contracts, but only the global non-governmental non-governmental organization is universally and rightfully entitled to rights throughout the world, the right of which the contracting states are entitled in favor of the Geneva Convention in Article 24 (3), 25 GG. The pre-state organizations do not constitute a state or a federal state, but rather a legal society of its own in terms of transcendence.
Art. 1 Scope p> The non-contractual obligation applies globally according to the categorical imperative („acta iure imperii“) for violation of the commandments (ius gentium) for and against every man in the case of a violation of fundamental rights. Every man includes the human and also the owner and copyright of the person to p> first to punish the person responsible for his behavior (repression),
2. to prevent him from continuing this unlawful behavior (special prevention) and p> 3rd to prevent others from doing so (general prevention). p> Art. 2 Non-contractual obligations p> (1) The notion of harm includes all intangible and material consequences of a p> illicit act,
an unjust enrichment,
a management without an order („Negotiorum gestio“) or
a fault in contract negotiations („Culpa in contrahendo“) p> and includes, in addition to the damage, consequential damage and consequential damage. p> (2) The obligation also applies to non-contractual obligations likely to arise. p> (3) All references to p> a) a cause of damage event also applies to damage causative events that are likely to occur and p>
b) damage also applies to damage that is likely to occur. p> Art. 3 Universal Application p>
The right to a bond is also to be applied to states, states, authorities and organizations as a whole, because the bond is not to be construed as restricting or restricting the human right and the fundamental freedom which is mandatory in the preamble to transcendence in international humanitarian law . p> Art. 4 General conflict rule p> In the event of a conflict of law in the contractual obligation, from which the non-contractual obligation arises, the commandments to apply international law and international criminal law before federal and state laws apply in the Holy Order. p> The bond is universally applicable and valid, since the jurisdiction of the states in Art. 73 UN Charter are bound for the Holy Order, because the jurispriction fictitious p> Case law without legal capacity,
Processes without process capability,
Complaints without legal action and standing,
Damage without liability with anonymous UN responsibility p> and slandered p> International law without jurisdiction over the constitutional order in public order. p> Art. 5 Product liability p> Obligations in product liability are not bound to any form or norm, to any partial territory in international law, as the law of obligations globally and international law must be applied preferentially before federal and provincial laws.
Commercial-juridical persons in the public legal system must have an operating permit from an international title-holder as well as a liability insurance for each servant. P> The injured person may assert his claim directly against the insurer of the responsible liable or in the organizational liability for the product infringement. p> Art. 6 Right to Name, Owner and Copyright Law, Unfair Competition and Free Competition Restrictive Behavior p> In the case of misuse of a name, the owner and copyright of a person, a mandatory obligation exists. p> If the right to use one name is denied to the claimant by another, or if the interest of the claimant is violated by someone else using the same name unauthorized, the claimant may request the other elimination of the interference. If further disturbances are to be obtained, he can sue for omission, since right with constitutional rank in the public order is inviolable and inalienable, ie not negotiable. P> Art. 7 Environmental damage p> For non-contractual obligations arising out of damage to the environment or a liability resulting from such damage, the persons responsible for the liability are or are responsible for the negligent, grossly negligent or intentionally caused damage in the joint and several liability. p> Art. 8 Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights p> The intellectual property of a person is under special protection and vulnerable, inalienable and can not be deliberately transferred as an individual right to service providers without consent. p> Art. 9 industrial action p> Intentional damage of a labor dispute against society is subject to the obligation, if thereby emergency, emergency, self-defense and self-help creates a danger. p> Art. 10 Unjust enrichment p> If unjust enrichment has arisen from a non-contractual obligation, the obligation is to be used for enrichment and to give the enrichment to the creditors or to the society of the people. p> Art. 11 Management without an order p> If a non-contractual management has created a non-contractual obligation, the obligation shall apply to all past, present and future damages. p> A commander or civilian superior, who fails to prevent his subordinates from committing a crime against international law, is punished like a perpetrator of the crime committed by the subordinate and is in organizational liability. p> A commander or civilian superior who deliberately or negligently fails to properly supervise a subordinate under his authority or actual control is penalized for breach of supervision and is in organizational liability if the subordinate acts This law, whose coming was recognizable to the commander and which he could have prevented. p> Mildness or reduction does not apply in this case because international humanitarian law is a mandatory law. International law must be applied in the public order with constitutional rank before federal and provincial laws, so that ignorance does not protect against punishment. P> Art. 12 Negligence in contract negotiations p> In case of non-contractual obligations arising out of negotiations before the conclusion of a contract, irrespective of whether the contract was actually concluded or not, the obligation shall enter into force in the event of damage. p> Art. 12 Obligation to reduce damage p> The person responsible for damage from a non-contractual obligation has the obligation to reduce the damage. No person in charge may be exempted from responsibility for the loss mitigation attributable to the person in charge of Persobn itself or any other person in charge of the breach of contractual obligations arising out of the obligation to guarantee in the law of the contract. P> Art. 13 Free choice of law p> In the case of a non-contractual obligation, the injured person in Rubrum, choice of law and jurisdiction may freely choose by an agreement after the event causing the damage in the determination of obvious and obvious facts, because obvious and obvious facts need no further proof. p> The choice of law must be made expressly or with reasonable assurance arising from the circumstances of the case and without prejudice to the rights of third parties. p> Art. 14 Scope of the applicable law p> The right to a bond, the law applicable to non-contractual obligations, is particularly relevant to p>
(a) the reason for and extent of the liability, including the determination of the persons responsible for the persons liable for their actions. p>
(b) the grounds for exclusion and any limitation, total liability or division of liability in mandatory-humanitarian law are determined by the obligation to contract in the eloquent consent to determine the objective facts in the truth. p> (c) the existence, nature and extent of the damage or redress required. p>
(d) the measures that a court may order, within the limits of its procedural powers, to prevent, terminate or compensate for the damage. p> (e) transferability, including inheritance, entitlement to damages or redress. p> f) those responsible for persons who are entitled to compensation for individual (human rights) and individual (person) damages. p> g) liability for the acts committed by another. p>
(h) the conditions for the termination of obligations under amnesty and the provisions on the statute of limitations of the law without amnesty. p> Art. 15 intervention standards p> An extra-contractual obligation is freely selectable and is not subject to any form of norm. p> The obligation is determined in terms of cause and amount of damage. p> Art. 16 Safety and Code of Conduct p> When assessing the conduct of those responsible for the person whose liability is asserted, it is not factual but factual and, as appropriate, that account must be taken of the rules of conduct and conduct in force at the time and place of the event giving rise to liability and have not existed in benefit. p> From an emergency, emergency, self-help and self-help, in the case of immediate risk action of the person responsible without obligation, obligation against the person in charge of the person are inadmissible. p> Art. 17 direct action against the insurer of the responsible liable p> Any man can assert his claim directly against the insurer of the liable party or in the organizational liability. p> Commercial associations of legal entities must, in addition to their operating license in the supervision of legal title holders, also provide proof of liability insurance in the organizational liability. p> If a person responsible for a criminal offense is affected or persecuted, if he is suspected of escaping or his identity can not be established immediately, then each man is entitled and entitled to order or execute the provisional arrest for the bond. p> Every man is at any time entitled to the contractual obligation and has the authority to have the license and liability insurance in addition to the identity, liable and chargeable address of employees in commercial associations of legal entities. p> Any infringement or impediment to the verification will result in a public law obligation (misdemeanor) p> Art. 18 Transfer of entitlement p> Bonds are enforceable if the obligation to contract is observed in mandatory-humanitarian law. p> Art. 19 multiple liability p> If a creditor has a claim against several debtors liable for the same claim, then the debtors are jointly and severally liable in the organizational liability. p> If several debtors belong to a commercial association of legal persons, then all are directly and indirectly liable for the total loss, in particular in the case of violation of human dignity, because protecting and respecting human dignity is a duty of all state authority. The assertion of the separation of powers in the case of a fundamental rights violation is conceptually excluded in the constitutional order. P> Art. 20 shape p> Infringement of a non-contractual obligation is valid because the obligation does not know any form, norm or friendliness. p> Art. 21 proof p> Bonds are subject to obvious and obvious facts and no facts from fictional actions. p>
Obvious and obvious facts need no further proof. Contracts may only be conducted for the purpose of simple truth and may not be rejected. P> Art. 22 Public Order p> The application of a bond can only be refused if its application is manifestly incompatible with public policy („ordre public“). p> In particular, it is not applicable if the application is incompatible with fundamental rights. Employees in commercial associations of legal persons without a fundamental right and the right of fundamental rights can not invoke the fundamental right if they have not been officially appointed by order of the Holy See. P> Art. 23 International Law p> International law of compelling-humanitarian international law must be applied in the event of a conflict before federal and provincial laws. p> Art. 24 List of Conventions p> The obligation to pay arises in the public law in the non-contractual obligation by the law of the contracts. p> Art. 25 Review clause p> The universal restitution rules for the amnesty apply. p> Art. 26 Temporal and Spatial Applicability and Time of Application Start p> Law is barred and global.