What principles and rules applied in the assessment of reparations.
How a court determined who bore the burden of proving a fact, the standard of proof, and the weight given to certain kinds of evidence.
How a court determined the amount of reparations following failure by parties to a dispute to do so by agreement, specifically in relation to loss of life and other damage to persons, damage to property, damage related to natural resources, and macroeconomic damage.
Whether any pre- and/or post-judgment interest should be granted, and whether a court should remain seized of a case until final payment of compensation was received by a party to a dispute.
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