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comity

the policy whereby one religious denomination refrains from proselytizing the members of another
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international context, international comity concerns will also persist.
It is possible, though, that supremacy affects the availability of comity in a different way.
3d DCA 2002)) (stating the proposition that "a foreign decree is entitled to comity where (1) the parties have been given notice and an opportunity to be heard, (2) where the foreign court had original jurisdiction, and (3) where the foreign decree does not offend the public policy of the State of Florida").
The Ninth Circuit's issuance of the preliminary injunction may anger environmentalists in the short-term, but it is worth the anger to prevent the district courts from using international comity to substitute for oversights by IWC members, excuse the actions of Sea Shepherd, and giving jurisdictional credence to Australia's unrecognized AWS territorial claim.
disregarded comity and used the public policy exception of Chapter 15 to
a large risk that the [majority's] case-by-case comity analysis .
allow the executive branch to resolve issues of international comity, at
courts are not obligated as a matter of comity to accept the ICJ's reasoning in that decision.
However, the idea of limbo was a serious puzzlement - especially the thought of all those unbaptized infants parked somewhere, happy enough, but lacking only comity with God.
and to promote comity between the various agencies.
Although the book is organized chronologically, strong themes--the brevity of the African slave trade to French Louisiana, the development of language-based Afro-Creole communities, planters' struggles to find a viable staple, the ubiquity of both inter-racial comity and conflict--emerge.