The conduct of an organ placed at the disposal of a state by another state is considered an act of the former state under international law if the organ is acting in the exercise of elements of the governmental authority of the state at whose disposal it is placed1. In such circumstances, although remaining an organ of the 'lending' state, the conduct is to be attributable solely to the state at the disposal of which the organ in question has been placed. For
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