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Procedural Developments at the International Court of Justice

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Abstract The present column covers procedural developments at the International Court of Justice in the period beginning on 1 July 2011 and ending on 31 March 2012. These include: the consideration by the Court of the indispensable parties doctrine and judicial propriety in the Application of Interim Accord case; questions arising as to the extent of the Court’s incidental jurisdiction in the Jurisdictional Immunities case and as to the extent of its discretion to choose which provisional measures to indicate in the context of interpretation proceedings in the Temple case; the notion of an “interest of a legal nature” as discussed by the Court in connection with Greece’s application to intervene as a non-party in the Jurisdictional Immunities case; and the Court’s discussion of the principle of equality of the parties in the criticism it made of the procedure for review of judgments of administrative tribunals in the IFAD advisory opinion.

Affiliations: 1: University of Cambridge, UK


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