1 In principle, questions and cases brought before the International Court of Justice (‘ICJ’ or ‘Court’) are decided by the full Court (Art 25 ICJ Statute). The Statute of the ICJ (‘ICJ Statute’ or ‘Statute’) provides for different types of chambers (International Courts and Tribunals, Chambers). This includes the Chamber of Summary Procedure (Art 29 ICJ Statute), the so-called ad hoc Chambers (Art 26 (2) ICJ Statute), and Chambers ‘for dealing with particular categories of cases’ (Art 26 (1) ICJ Statute). Under the latter provision, the ICJ established the...
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