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The Two Earlier Awards by a Chamber

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Dual nationality is a status possessed by a significant and now increasing number of individuals all over the globe. With the written exchanges completed in three Cases, they were orally heard by Chamber Two of the Tribunal in late 1982. These were: Esphahanian v. Bank Tejarat; Golpira v. Iran; and Mahmoud v. Iran. The first was heard on 25 October 1982, and the second and the third on 5 November 1982. On 29 March 1983, Chamber Two rendered Awards in two of the Cases it had heard, but not in the third. In each of the two Awards, the minority member, the arbitrator appointed by Iran, appended a handwritten note to his signature at the end of the English text. Not surprisingly, the two Awards by the Chamber were not welcomed by Iran.

Keywords: dual nationality; Esphahanian v. Bank Tejarat; Golpira v. Iran; Mahmoud v. Iran; Tribunal

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