1 Article 30 Statute of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) (‘Tribunal’) accords to members of the Tribunal the right to deliver a separate opinion if the judgment does not represent the unanimous opinion of the members on all of the issues covered. The judgment may relate to the merits of a case, to procedural issues, or to preliminary objections, whether to the Tribunal’s jurisdiction over the particular case or to the admissibility of an application. The same right exists for non-procedural Orders, notably Orders prescribing provisional...
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