MILITARY NECESSITY

MILITARY NECESSITY

military necessity. Int’l law. A principle of warfare allowing coercive force to achieve a desired end, as long as the force used is not more than is called for by the situation. ? This principle dates from the Hague Convention on Laws and Customs of War on Land of October 18, 1907, which prohibits the destruction or seizure of enemy property ¡°unless such destruction or seizure be imperatively demanded by the necessities of war.¡± [Cases: War and National Emergency

9. C.J.S. War and National Defense ¡ì 4.]


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