Jurisdiction of Specific International Tribunals

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BRILL, 2009 - Political Science - 574 pages
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This volume examines the jurisdiction, both contentious and advisory, of the ICJ as a specific permanent international court or tribunal but also brings together in one book the examination of the jurisdiction of certain other tribunals, not excluding most of the other four tribunals or groups of tribunals examined in Jurisdiction of International Tribunals by the same author. Material relating to them is expanded, re-examined and brought up to date. Hence, This volume covers the jurisdiction of: (i) the World Court, i.e., the ICJ and PCIJ a " both contentious and advisory jurisdiction, (ii) the leading International Administrative Tribunals, (iii) the ECHR, (iv) ICSID tribunals, (v) the WTO Panels and Appellate Body, and (vi) the ITLOS. The six systems for the judicial settlement of disputes chosen to be examined in this work are by far the most important in the modern era and deserve close attention.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 PROLOGUE
1
CONTENTIOUS JURISDICTION
11
Recevabilité Admissibility
111
Incidental Jurisdiction
128
ADVISORY JURISDICTION
199
CHAPTER 4 THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE LAW OF THE SEA
255
CHAPTER 5 INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS
299
CHAPTER 6 THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
339
CHAPTER 7 ARBITRAL TRIBUNALS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR SETTLEMENT OF INVESTMENT DISPUTES
433
CHAPTER 8 THE JUDICIAL TYPE BODIES OF THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
505
CHAPTER 9 EPILOGUE
561
INDEX
565
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C.F.Amerasinghe is a Ph.D.and LL.D. of the University of Cambridge and is a Member of the Institut de droit international. He was a Member of the UN Administrative Tribunal, New York and a member of the Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal. He has also been, inter alia, a Professor and Honorary Professor of Law of the University of Ceylon.

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