21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 643 (2014)
This note explores the international legal concept of the condominium solution and its current manifestation under the Andorran political system. It endeavors to come to a working definition of condominium, before embarking on a survey of condominiums throughout history. The note then chronicles the history of Andorra and the genesis of the Andorran condominium, and then analyzes the current Andorran constitution and the influence of the condominium within the document. Lastly, the paper explores why Andorra has been able to remain a condominium for over eight centuries, before finally ruminating on the optimistic future of condominium solutions in international law.
Perkins, Taylor Calvin
"Edification from the Andorran Model: A Brief Exploration into the Condominium Solution on the International Stage and Its Potential Application to Current Land Disputes,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 21:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol21/iss2/10