FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT: SUING A FOREIGN COUNTRY

Federal Courts

By: Akanksha A. Panicker

The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act is enacted to comprehend the limits of litigation against a foreign entity. Essentially, it provides an understanding of the circumstances where the breach of a power’s immunity is considered acceptable as a charge. Questions for the FSIA reform have always been hotly argued to resolve the interpretation and the scope of the statute in determining legal matters.

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