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It is a commonplace that while a judgment of an international court is final, binding, and without appeal, circumstances can arise in which its finality can be questioned and its review can be required. A preliminary to any consideration of the judicial interpretation and the judicial revision of an international judgment or award is to establish the legal regime in which such a decision is placed. One provision of the Charter of the United Nations and three provisions of the Statute of the International Court of Justice that is annexed to the Charter supply the general legal configuration of all proceedings before that Court. The Statute of the International Court of Justice contains provisions for the interpretation and for the revision of its judgments.

Keywords: International Court of Justice; international judgment; United Nations



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