Treaties, States Parties and Commentaries
Treaties and Documents
Geneva Conventions of 1949 and Additional Protocols, and their Commentaries
Historical Treaties and Documents
Convention (XII) relative to the Creation of an International Prize Court. The Hague, 18 October 1907.
Part I : General provisions - Art. 4.
Art. 4. An appeal may be brought --
1. By a neutral Power, if the judgment of the national tribunals injuriously affects its property or the property of its nationals (Article 3, No. 1
), or if the capture of an enemy vessel is alleged to have taken place in the territorial waters of that Power (Article 3, No. 2(b)
2. By a neutral individual, if the judgment of the national court injuriously affects his property (Article 3, No. I
), subject, however, to the reservation that the Power to which he belongs may forbid him to bring the case before the Court, or may itself undertake the proceedings in his place;
3. By an individual subject or citizen of an enemy Power, if the judgment of the national court injuriously affects his property in the cases referred to in Article 3, No. 2
, except that mentioned in paragraph (b).