381. General considerations.

(ii)     Nationality and Nationality of Claims

A. in General

381.     General considerations.

A general precondition for the presentation of an international claim made by way of diplomatic protection is that the natural or legal person injured by the act of the responsible state should have the nationality of the claimant state1. Further, that nationality should normally have been maintained from the date of injury up to the date of presentation of the claim2.