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Iron Rhine Arbitration, Belgium v Netherlands, Award, ICGJ 373 (PCA 2005), 24th May 2005, Permanent Court of Arbitration [PCA]

Iron Rhine Arbitration, Belgium v Netherlands, Award, ICGJ 373 (PCA 2005), 24th May 2005, Permanent Court of Arbitration [PCA]

What the parameters of applicability of Dutch legislation were to railway transport on Dutch territory, and in particular the Iron Rhine historical route, and how this should be reconciled with the Belgian right of transit.

To what extent Belgium had the right to conduct, according to Belgian law, the reconstruction and modernization of the historic route.

How the costs of modernization and reconstruction should be allocated between the parties.

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