801.State immunity means:
A. A State is subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
B. A State is not subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
C. A State is not subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
D. None of these

802.The Contiguous Zone is:
A. A no-man’s land between two States
B. An area of sea beyond territorial waters
C. An area of sea beyond the Exclusive Economic Zone
D. None of these

803.Non-registration of a treaty:
A. Invalidates the treaty
B. Treaty cannot be invoked before a UN organ
C. It has no effect at all on the treaty
D. None of these

804.Pacta sunt servanda means:
A. A State can violate its international obligations if its interests so demand
B. A State can terminate a treaty at its will
C. A State must perform treaty obligations in good faith
D. None of these

805.The principle of rebus sic stantibus means:
A. A State may terminate a treaty because of a material breach
B. A state may invoke fundamental change of circumstances to terminate/suspend a treaty
C. A treaty stands terminated because of the eruption of hostilities
D. None of these

806. The principle of jus cogens means:
A.A peremptory norm of International Law that cannot be derogated from by mutual consent
B. A State can terminate a treaty because of violation of its domestic law
C. A treaty stands terminated when its purpose is achieved
D. None of these

807.In Inland Waters, a state has:
A. No jurisdiction
B. Concurrent jurisdiction
C. Exclusive jurisdiction
D. None of these

808.Extraterritorial jurisdiction means:
A. A State has unlimited jurisdiction
B. A State has jurisdiction over its nationals even when they live outside the country
C. A State has jurisdiction over foreign visiting nationals
D. None of these

809.The principle of ex injuria non oritur jus means:
A. No benefit can be received from an illegal act
B. A legal right flows from an illegal act
C. A state can go on was in case of an injury
D. None of these

810.The term of judges of International Court of Justice is
A. Three years
B. Five years
C. Six years
D. Nine years
E. None of these

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