Manual of Military Law 1929, Amendments (No. 12)

THE LAW SAND USAGES OF WAR LANDON .95508. If railway material is thus detained the neutral Power Ch. XIV may likewise casein of necessity keep and utilize a corresponding pow e~u, amount of material originating from the territory of the belligerent detain Power.1 equivalent. 509. The retention of this material by the neutral Power must No retaiia- not assume the character of retaliation. The right must be tI0B •exercised only casein of necessity up to the due amount and with strict impartiality between the two belligerents. 510. Compensation must be paid on either side according to^ lpensa* the amount of material retained and the length of time it was 1 0 n ' retained.2 By Command of the Army Council The War Off ice 31st fanuary 1936.1 Hague Conference 1907 Actcs Vol. I p. 58. Neutrality Convention art. 19 para. 3.
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