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Duration of Cases and Advisory Opinions of the PCIJ and the ICJ

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This chapter describes the table of contents containing duration of cases and advisory opinion, countries as applicant/respondent, countries submitting written statement/oral statement and declarations/opinions of judges. The cases appealed, countries involved in International Court of Justice (ICJ) and Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ) are discussed. The advisory opinions are rendered by the ICJ. The format in the book The World Court Reference Guide and Case-Law Digest is similar to the contentious cases - begins with the exact question(s) placed by the requesting organisation, source of authority seeking the opinion, duration of the proceedings, states, organisations and others authorised by the Court to file written statements and present oral statements during the public hearings, head notes, operative paragraph, record of opinions and sources of law. The book consists of substantive law which covers sources and rules of international law, the subjects of international law and the international society.

Keywords: advisory opinion; ICJ; international law; PCIJ; public hearings



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