1 International courts or tribunals generally have the competence to issue provisional measures. The mandate of all of them, their procedures as well as competences, are all fairly similar. This is because the respective procedures have been developed from a common model, namely, the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ) (1920) (‘PCIJ Statute’). The PCIJ Statute was inspired by the work of the Institute of International Law in 1875 and by the rules of the Central American Court of Justice (1907–18). The jurisprudence of the PCIJ also...
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