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Response to DeSwiss (Original post)

Wed Aug 15, 2012, 09:39 PM

9. you might want to look up the 1987 Diplomatic and Consular Premises Act

There would be no breach of international law i think as this would kick in

(3)In no case is land to be regarded as a State’s diplomatic or consular premises for the purposes of any enactment or rule of law unless it has been so accepted or the Secretary of State has given that State consent under this section in relation to it; and if—
(a)a State ceases to use land for the purposes of its mission or exclusively for the purposes of a consular post; or
(b)the Secretary of State withdraws his acceptance or consent in relation to land,
it thereupon ceases to be diplomatic or consular premises for the purposes of all enactments and rules of law.

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