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2001: Pagura Workers' Union et al. v. Alta Caledonia

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Article 62(2) of the Convention specifically recognizes three types of &t;conditions&t; that may be placed upon a declaration of acceptance of the Court's jurisdiction: reciprocity; acceptance for a specified period; and acceptance for specific cases. Further in this connection, the Court suggested that States Parties' obligation to guarantee compliance with the Convention applies to both the substantive and procedural norms. This is evident in light of the fact that the Convention imparts upon the Inter-American Court a vital role in ensuring respect for the Inter-American human rights regime, by rendering final and binding judgments on all matters relating to the interpretation and application of the Convention.

Keywords: Bench Memorandum; Convention; Court's jurisdiction; human rights regime; reciprocity

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