safe conduct

safe conduct

Int’l law. 1. A privilege granted by a belligerent allowing an enemy, a neutral, or some other person to travel within or through a designated area for a specified purpose. 2. A document conveying this privilege. ¡ª Sometimes written safe-conduct.

¡ª Also termed safeguard; passport.


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