Procedure in the International Court: A Commentary on the 1978 Rules of the International Court of Justice

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BRILL, Jan 1, 1983 - Law - 305 pages
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The present Repertory presents in 'manual' form the case law of the International Court of Justice. It attempts a popularization of the Court's maxims in plain language for easy reading so as to provide not only the internationalists but also practitioners & students with a full & readily consultable digest on a rich & important body of judicial opinions, in the knowledge of the Court's decisive role in ascertaining, noting & developing the rules of international law. The Repertory embodies a corpus of legal maxims synthesized ex novo from decisions of the Court. These rules have been arranged in a systematic order under headings & subheadings & classed in a logical sequence under each heading in order that the reader may proceed from the general to the specific. The present Repertory also contains an extensive section dealing with the procedure of the International Court & the interpretation of the procedural rules contained in its Statute & Rules of Court. A smaller section deals with advisory proceedings serving the object of an appeal.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Article
13
The Court
15
252
21
Judges ad hoc
26
Section B The Presidency
34
Internal Functioning of the Court
48
The Registry
55
The Written Proceedings
102
102 Article 48 111 Article 51
108
The Oral Proceedings
120
Preliminary Objections
158
CounterClaims
171
Section E Proceedings before the Chambers
188
Requests for the Interpretation or Revision of
201
Section G Modifications proposed by the Parties
208

Article
57
Article 24
61
Proceedings in Contentious Cases
71
Annex
225
Appendix
245
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About the author (1983)

Shabtai Rosenne is Former Ambassador of Israel to the United Nations.
He has been awarded the Israel Prize (1960) the Sharett Prize (1994), the Certificate of Merit of the American Society of International Law (1968), and and the Manley O. Hudson Medal (1999).

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