International law, or public international law, is a set of rules and standards that are recognized as binding between different states. It provides a framework for global domains such as war, diplomacy, economic relations, and human rights. Unlike domestic legal systems, international law is primarily directed towards states and operates on the basis of consent since there is no universal authority to enforce it. While states may choose not to follow international law, violations may result in disapproval and potentially coercive actions such as economic sanctions or even war, particularly in the case of peremptory norms. Therefore, international law provides a common ground and guidelines for states to abide by, maintaining stability and promoting cooperation between nations.
Matters relating to human rights in custody.
Matters relating to enforcement of foreign judgments.
Matters relating to implementation of foreign arbitral awards.
Matters relating to bail application for foreign nationals with sureties.
Matters relating to extradition matters.
Matters relating to service of summons in foreign jurisdictions.
Matters relating to enforcement of International intellectual property rights.
Matters relating to recognition and dissolution of marriages that had been solemnized in foreign jurisdictions.
Matters relating to breach of contract suits.
Matters relating to especially in cases where the suit has been dismissed in other foreign jurisdictions.
Matters relating to inter-country adoptions.
Matters relating to breach of contract by multinational companies.
Matters relating to child custody and alimony rights for foreign jurisdictions.
Matters relating to environmental issues and granting of injunctions.