1 The judgments of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) (‘ICJ’ or ‘Court’) (Judgment: International Court of Justice (ICJ)), are final and binding (Arts 59–60 Statute of the International Court of Justice [‘Statute of the Court’]), and without appeal (International Courts and Tribunals, Appeals). These principles imply that the judgments of the Court (including those rendered by a Chamber of the Court) constitute res judicata. The enforcement of ICJ judgments differs from the enforcement of judgments by domestic courts in the sense that the jurisdiction of the...
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