Hague Convention concerning the Conclusion of Marriages Decision

JurisdictionSuiza
CourtDistrict Court (Switzerland)
Date12 juin 1902
Docket NumberCase No. 23
District Court Zurich
Case No. 23
Hague Convention concerning the Conclusion of Marriages Decision

State Succession — International Conventions — Concluded by Annexing State — Whether Applicable to Inhabitants and Territory of Annexed State — Annexation of Austria by Germany.

The District Court of Zürich held in a decision of January 10, 1939, that the Hague Convention concerning the Conclusion of Marriages, of June 12, 1902, which had been signed by Switzerland and Germany, but not by Austria, applied also to Austrian nationals who had become German citizens in consequence of the annexation of Austria by Germany.2

2 The Court referred to Beitzke in Zeitschrift der Akademie für Deutsches Recht, 5 (1938). p. 369 ff. at p. 370.

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