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The International Court of Justice – New Practice Directions

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New Practice Directions III, VI and XIII, deal with the written pleadings and the oral pleadings and the relations between the two. This Note examines these new Practice Directions in light of relevant provisions of the Statute and the Rules of Court and suggests that the Court exercise its powers to give the parties suggestions regarding the content of the written pleadings in regular interlocutory stages. This is to meet the Court's desire to maintain succinctness of the written pleadings without prejudice to their adequacy.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of International Law

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2009-07-01
2016-12-05

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