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Jurisdiction To Reopen Cases

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The object of this chapter is primarily to sharpen the cutting edge of the knife, so to speak. It examines three areas of the Iran-US Claims Tribunal's jurisprudence in order to ascertain the particularities of the jurisdiction of the tribunal in these areas and also to investigate the specific contribution which the tribunal has made in these areas to the law governing international arbitral jurisdiction. It is believed that in these areas particularly, the tribunal has made a substantial and significant contribution by its approach, aside from the general contribution it has made in other areas as described in the preceding chapters. The tribunal has interpreted its constituent instruments in these areas but some of the contributions go beyond these instruments, in a manner of speaking, and will have an impact on general international law.

Keywords:international law; Iran-US Claims; jurisdiction; jurisprudence; tribunal



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