JUS DISPOSITIVUM

JUS DISPOSITIVUM

jus dispositivum (j[schwa]s dis-poz-[schwa]-tI-v[schwa]m), n. [Latin ¡°law subject to the disposition of the parties¡±] Int’l law. A norm that is created by the consent of participating nations, as by an international agreement, and is binding only on the nations that agree to be bound by it. Cf. JUS COGENS(1).
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