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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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and examine the property, the owner of such property may claim
compensation from the latter for all articles or sums of money which
may be missing from the parcel and for all damages which may have
been caused by opening it.

For the improper refusal to return the property to the owner on
demand, the person in whose charge it has been deposited must pay
all damages which the owner may have incurred through the delay
in returning his property, including the legal interest (at the rate of
6 per cent, per annum) on all money left in his custody, commencing
from the day on which the action for the recovery of the property
was brought. Every deposit, or withdrawal of deposits against
receipt, or loss or deterioration of articles, must be entered in
Book No. V. of the Consulate.

A special case of deposit at Russian Consulates is provided for
by the note to Art. 16 of the Consular Regulations, which establishes
that in all cases where, on the basis of the Code of Civil Procedure,
law costs or duties are to be paid in to the proper court of law, parties
not residing in Russia may, instead, present a certificate from the
Russian Consul of the district to the effect that he has received the
required amount from them. This, however, only applies to State

CHAPTER XIII.—The Consular Districts.

The jurisdiction of every State Consul, both as regards the
legalisation of documents issued by the local authorities and the power
over Elective Consuls, is defined by geographical limits. The districts
of the following State Consulates are shown below :—

State Consuls.

Their Districts.

Argentine Republic.
Minister resident / at Rio. The Argentine Republic.
Consul at Buenos Ayres.
Austria and Hungary.
Consul General at Vienna. Upper and Lower Austria, Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, Istria, Salzburg, Tyrol, Carinthia, Carniola and the Adriatic Province.
Consul General at Buda-Pesth. The Kingdom of Hungary, with the exception of the Port of Fiume.
Consul at Lvoff (Lemberg). Galicia.
Consul at Trieste. Trieste.
Consul at Fiume. Fiume and Dalmatia.
Consul at C.zernowitz. Bukowina.



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