Re-thinking the requirement of making an investment in accordance with domestic laws as a substantive right and a cause of action for host states under the BITs

Autor:Félix Antolín Martínez
Cargo:Albagli Zaliasnik Law Group

This paper challenges one of the most traditional notions in International Investment Arbitration, which is that host States do not possess any substantive rights under the BIT’s framework. This work’s thesis is that the current BIT framework actually grants the host State a substantive right, and as a result, a cause of action in the investment arbitration system. This right emanates from the... (ver resumen completo)

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