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Judgments, Interpretation and Revision

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The Article 124 of the Rules reiterates that the parties will be notified of the date when the judgment is to be read. The formal notification of that date is made to the parties only after the deliberations have been completed and the judgment has been adopted. The Tribunal also informs the public about the date of the public sitting at which the judgment will be read. Article 110 of the Preparatory Commission Draft Rules states that in a matter of urgency the judgment could be read by the President alone. This option has not been included in the Rules. This chapter of the book The Rules of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: A Commentary contains articles and commentaries related to judgement and Requests for the interpretation or revision of a judgment.

Keywords: commentaries; judgement; Preparatory Commission Draft Rules; Tribunal



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