A state is not responsible merely because a decision given in its courts1 in a case brought by or against an alien2 is erroneous in terms of its own municipal law3. It may, however, incur responsibility if the decision is so erroneous that no properly constituted court could honestly have arrived at such a decision, or where it is due to corruption or pressure of the executive or legislative organs of the state
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