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    What is the difference between the doctrine of sovereign immunity and the act of state doctrine?

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    What is the difference between the doctrine of sovereign immunity and the act of state doctrine?
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    The doctrine of sovereign immunity says that the King can commit no wrong and he cannot be held responsible or guilty of negligence or misconduct. This immunity protects the king from the actions of his servants. The legal point is that the king or the state cannot be taken to its own courts without its consent. The relevant point is that the state ...

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