1. The challenge of a German domestic court to the jurisdiction of an International Convention for Settlement of Investment Disputes (‘ICSID’) Tribunal. 2. The validity of a state’s consent to arbitration vis-à-vis the authority of the ICSID mechanism. This headnote pertains to: Germany v Mainstream Renewable Power Ltd, a court decision relevant to the law of international organisations. Jump to full text Germany v Mainstream Renewable Power Ltd is pertinent to the law of international organizations as it had the potential of allowing national courts to determine...
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