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Immovable Property Exception

Definition

The “immovable property” exception to the general grant of sovereign immunity in the Foreign State Immunities Act of 1976 provides that sovereign immunity from suit in U.S. courts will not exist for foreign States where “rights in immovable property situated in the United States are in issue.”

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