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Restrictive Theory of Sovereign Immunity

Definition

A legal doctrine which provides immunity to foreign States for their “public” acts, but not for their “private” acts, including commercial activities. This approach was largely codified by the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act of 1976.  

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