Article III

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Crowell V. Benson
... decision that approved the adjudication of private rights by an administrative agency, not an Article III court ... Commission satisfied Fifth Amendment Due Process and the requirements of Article III with its court-like procedures and because it invests the final power ...
Constitution Of Alaska - Articles - Article III: The Executive
... Article III vests executive power in a governor elected for four years ... The delegates desired a strong, streamlined executive, so Article III gives the governor more power than most of his or her counterparts in other states ...
Water Politics In The Nile Basin - Conflict Management - Colonial Treaties Affecting Nile Water Use
... April 15, 1891 – Article III of the Anglo-Italian Protocol ... Article III states that "the Italian government engages not to construct on the Atbara River, in view of irrigation, any work which might sensibly modify its flow into the Nile" ... The language used in this article was too vague to provide clear property rights or rights to the use of water ...
Beagle Channel Arbitration - Arguments
... from north to parallel 52°S 'the highest peaks that divide the waters') (Article I), in the region north of and through the Strait of Magellan (mainly along the 52°S parallel) (Articl ... The controversial articles II and III of the 1881 treaty were Article II) "In the southern part of the continent, and to the north of the Straits of Magellan, the boundary between the two countries shall be ... Article III) "In Tierra del Fuego a line shall be drawn, which starting from the point called Cape Espiritu Santo in parallel 52°40, shall be prolonged to the south along the meridian 68°34 west of Greenwich ...

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