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[T]he Borrower [i.e., the state of Nigeria] hereby irrevocably waives any immunity on the grounds of sovereign or otherwise for itself and its property in connection with any arbitration proceeding pursuant to Article 8(5), thereof with the enforcement of any arbitral award pursuant thereto, except for the military assets and diplomatic assets.
In the context of an international contract, the parties will inevitably need to agree on the designation of a third party that will review any dispute arising in the course of performing their contractual obligations. Such an independent auditor can be either a foreign court or, more commonly, an arbitral tribunal. If a party (being a sovereign state) could, on the basis of its privilege of immunity, escape the jurisdiction of the chosen tribunal (immunity of jurisdiction) or refuse to implement its decision (immunity of execution), then there would be little efficiency attached to the jurisdiction mechanism and correlatively, little incentive for anyone to enter into the contract in the first place. For this reason, it is common practice when a state is party to a contract (either directly or acting through one of its agencies) to require a waiver of immunity in order to ensure that the dispute resolution mechanism will be effective if and when required.
Going back to the Nigerian loan, the consent by the Nigerian state to appear before the chosen arbitration tribunal, should a dispute arise, by waiving its immunity of jurisdiction appears to have been the condition for the Chinese party to enter into the loan agreement. Unless there are other clauses in the agreement that were not publicly commented on, and contradict this interpretation, the position on the part of the Nigerian state does not appear to be unreasonable and is in line with standard practice in international contracts with states.
Gibson and Glover respectively reprise their roles as LAPD officers Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh, who protect an irritating federal witness (Pesci), while taking on a gang of South African drug dealers hiding behind diplomatic immunity. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound Editing (for Robert G. Henderson). The film received mostly positive reviews and earned more than $227 million worldwide.
It soon becomes clear that both cases are related: after an attempt on Leo's life, Riggs and Murtaugh learn of the former's murky past laundering funds for vengeful drug smugglers. Leo provides them with information about how laundering works and leads them to the gang, but upon dispatching his would-be assassin and returning with backup they are confronted by Rudd, who invokes diplomatic immunity on behalf of his unscrupulous \"associates\", leaving the LAPD powerless to take action against them.
While investigating a guarded 40-foot cargo container at the docks, Riggs and Murtaugh discover Rudd's laundered drug money, but are locked inside by Rudd's men. They break out of the box, scattering two pallets of the money into the harbor in the process. Riggs and Murtaugh engage in a firefight with some of Rudd's men aboard the Alba Varden before separating to hunt down Rudd. Riggs confronts and fights Vorstedt hand-to-hand, culminating when Riggs stabs Vorstedt with his own knife and crushes him by dropping a cargo container on him. Rudd retaliates by shooting Riggs in the back multiple times. Rudd again invokes diplomatic immunity upon seeing Murtaugh aim his gun at him; Murtaugh fatally shoots him and declares that his immunity has \"Just Been Revoked\". Murtaugh then tends to Riggs, whom he believes may be dying and encourages him to hang on and that he is not dead until he says he is. Discovering Riggs survived the shooting, they share a laugh as more LAPD personnel respond to the scene.
In late January 1961, less than two weeks after assuming his position as Secretary of State in the new administration of President John F. Kennedy, Dean Rusk personally drafted the following letter about the issue of discrimination faced by foreign diplomats and sent it to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. He also sent a copy to Ralph Dungan, a Special Assistant to the President.
It is possible that a nation could refuse to do revoke immunity. A nation like say Iran might not, but it's really in the interest of the nation to do so.There was an episode of Burn Notice in which a diplomat was using his position smuggle diamonds. I can't remember how realistically this was dealt with.
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