1 When a judgment is rendered by an international court, it is expected that it shall be clear and understood by the parties with the purpose of fulfilling its role of settling disputes. International adjudicative bodies are under the general requirement to state the reasons of a judgment, the so-called devoir de motivation (Duty to Give Reasons). Yet, parties can still disagree in relation to the meaning and the scope of a judgment binding upon them. The legal remedy for these situations is the request for interpretation of the judgment by the same adjudicative...
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