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2 edition of Case concerning the arbitral award made by the King of Spain on 23 December 1906 (Honduras v. Nicaragua) General list no. 39, judgment of 18 December 1960. found in the catalog.

Case concerning the arbitral award made by the King of Spain on 23 December 1906 (Honduras v. Nicaragua) General list no. 39, judgment of 18 December 1960.

International Court of Justice.

Case concerning the arbitral award made by the King of Spain on 23 December 1906 (Honduras v. Nicaragua) General list no. 39, judgment of 18 December 1960.

by International Court of Justice.

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Published by Printed by A.W. Sijthoff"s Pub. Co. in [Leyden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Honduras -- Boundaries -- Nicaragua,
  • Nicaragua -- Boundaries -- Honduras

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX1520 Z7 N5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14723434M

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Case concerning the arbitral award made by the King of Spain on 23 December 1906 (Honduras v. Nicaragua) General list no. 39, judgment of 18 December 1960 by International Court of Justice. Download PDF EPUB FB2

CASE CONCERNING THE ARBITRAL AWARD MADE BY THE KING OF SPAIN ON 23 DECEMBER (HONDURAS v. NICARAGUA) Arbitration.—Contention that arbitrator not regularly designated and Award a nullity.—Acceptance of designation of arbitrator and of Award.—Grounds of nullity invoked.—Executability of Award.

JUDGMENT Present: President. In the case concerning the Arbitral Award made by the King of Spain on 23 Decemberbetween. the Republic of Honduras, represented by. Ramon E. Cruz, Former President of the Supreme Court of Honduras, M.

Esteban Mendoza, Former Minister for Foreign Affairs of Honduras, M. Jose Angel Ulloa, Ambassador of Honduras to the Netherlands,Author: Intlaw. 1 International Court of Justice, Case Concerning the Arbitral Award made by King of Spain on 23 December (Honduras v.

Nicaragua), Judgment of 18 Novemberp. Translation from the Spanish revised by the Size: KB. To adjudge and declare that failure by the Government of Nicaragua to give effect to the Arbitral Award made on 23 December by His Majesty the King of Spain constitutes a breach of an international obligation within the meaning of Arti paragraph 2 (c), of the Statute of the International Court of Justice and of general international.

"Arbitral Award Made by the King of Spain on 23 DecemberHonduras v Nicaragua, Merits, Judgment, [] ICJ RepICGJ (ICJ ), 18th NovemberUnited Nations [UN]; International Court of Justice [ICJ]" published on by Oxford University Press.

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39, judgment of 18 December [] Honduras. The case concerning the Arbitral Award Made by the King of Spain on 23 December (Honduras v. Nicaragua) was submitted by means of an application, but the Parties had previously concluded an agreement on the procedure. See, e.g., Arbitral Award Made by the King of Spain on 23 December (Honduras v.

Nicaragua), Judgment, 18 November[] I.C.J. Reportswhere the Court was called upon to pronounce upon the validity of an Arbitral Award that fixed a sector of the boundary between Nicaragua and Honduras, and which Nicaragua contested primarily Cited by: 2.

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A Latin American Guide to the International Court of Justice Case Law 3 disputes, such as the ones recently being judged and currently pending before the Court: Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Nicaragua v. Case Concerning the Arbitral Award Made by the King ofSpain on 23 December (Honduras gua) Note on the Case Concerning the Arbitral Award of31 July Case Concerning the Arbitral Award of31 July (Guinea-Bissau v.

Senegal) Notes and Questions on Issues Arising During Arbitration Case concerning the Arbitral Award made by the King of Spain on Decem ’, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 10(2) (April ). Google Scholar Wayne Earl Johnson, The Honduras—Nicaragua Boundary Dispute, – (Denver, Col.: University of Denver, unpublished Ph.D.

thesis, ).Author: Alan James. Green Haywood Hackworth (Prestonsburg, Kentucky, Janu – Washington, DC, J ) was an American jurist who served as the first U.S. judge on the International Court of Justice, as President of the International Court of Justice, as the longest running Legal Adviser to the US Department of State ( ) and as a member of Secretary of State Cordell Born: JanuPrestonsberg, Kentucky; U.S.

In the Case Concerning the Arbitral Award made by the King of Spain on 23 December, the Court observed: ‘Finally, the Court considerd that, having regard to the fact that the designation of the King of Spain as arbitrator was freely agreed by Nicaragua, that no objection was taken by Nicaragua to the jurisdiction of the King of Spain as Cited by: 3.

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Case concerning the Arbitral Award Made by the King of Spain on December 23rd, (Honduras v. Nicaragua): On July 1,Honduras filed an application instituting proceedings against Nicaragua concerning an arbitral award made by the King of Spain with regard to the demarcation of the limits between the two countries.

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Nicaragua), Yoshifumi Tanaka Colombia), ; 4. Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Nicaragua v. Colombia), 5. Maritime Dispute (Peru v. Chile), Territorial and Maritime Dispute between Nicaragua and Honduras in the Caribbean Sea (Nicaragua v. Honduras), ; 7. Case concerning the Arbitral Award made by the King of Spain on 23 December (Honduras v.In the case of the Arbitral Award Made by the King of Spain on 23 Decemberthe Court states that Nicaragua, “by express declaration and by conduct, recognized the Award as valid and it is no longer open to Nicaragua to go back upon that recognition and to challenge the validity of the Award” (I.C.J., Reportsp.

).