Chapter 8, IV. 5. b) dd) the occupying power may legislate where necessary to maintain public order.
Chapter 8, IV. 9. a) responsibility for public order and safety (“la vie et l’ordre publics”)
responsibility for, in occupied territory
United States Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, United States v. Alfried Krupp et al.
United States, In re Yamashita
ICRC/Lebanon, Sabra and Chatila
ECHR, Cyprus v. Turkey (Paras. 69 and 77)
Iraq, Use of Force by United States Forces in Occupied Iraq
Iraq, Occupation and Peacebuilding (Part B. 1 bis)
ICJ, Democratic Republic of the Congo/Uganda, Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (Paras. 177-179)
Georgia/Russia, Human Rights Watch’s Report on the Conflict in South Ossetia (Paras. 76-78, 84)
Georgia/Russia, Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Conflict in South Ossetia (Paras. 110-119)