To Apply or to Declare, or Both? Links between the Two Types of Intervention under the ICJ Statute

Author:Hyun Seok Park
Pages:415-434
SUMMARY

It is conceivable that the construction of a convention is in question in a case brought before ICJ and a State that is a party to the convention but not to the case has legal interests which may be affected by the construction given by the judgment in the case. As hinted at in the Whaling in the Antarctic case and the Sovereignty over Pulau Ligitan and Pulau Sipadan case, such a third State... (see full summary)


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