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Unformatted text preview: & HERAZEUS CHRISTINE Y. UY; MEMBERS: LAWRENCE PAULO H. AQUINO, LEANDRO RODEL V. ATIENZA, MARINETH EASTER AN D. AYOS, CARLO R. BALA, WILFREDO T. BONILLA, JR., KEEL ACHERNAR R. DINOY, APRIL V. ENRILE, KENNETH JAMES CARLO C. HIZON, JOSE MARIA G. MENDOZA, ROGER CHRISTOPHER R. REYES, ROMILINDA C. SIBAL, JASMIN M. SISON, ZARAH PATRICIA T. SUAREZ, RALPH JULIOUS L. VILLAMOR. PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW of the head of mission GR: The agents of the receiving state may not enter the premises of the mission XPN: consent of the head of the mission Personal baggage of a diplomatic agent shall not be opened Not obliged to give evidence as a witness GR: The agents of the receiving state may not enter the consular premises XPN: consent of the head of the consular post Consent is assumed in case of fire or other disasters requiring prompt protective action Consular bag shall not be opened It may be requested that the bag be opened in their presence by an authorized representative of the receiving state if they have serious reason to believe that the bag contains objects of other articles, documents, correspondence or articles May be called upon to attend as a witness; if declined, no coercive measure or penalty may be applied Q: Discuss the differences, if any, in the privileges or immunities of diplomatic envoys and consular officers from the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State. A: A diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State. He shall also enjoy immunity from its civil and administrative jurisdiction except in the case of: 1. A real action relating to private immovable property situated in the territory of the receiving State, unless he holds it on behalf of the sending State for the purpose of the mission; 2. An action relating to succession in which the diplomatic agent is involved as executor, administrator, heir or legatee as private person and not on behalf of the sending State; 3. An action relating to any professional or commercial activity exercised by the diplomatic agent in the receiving State outside of his official functions. (Arti...
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