1 International Claims Commissions (‘ICCs’) are a group of heterogeneous international compensation mechanisms created by international agreements (Mixed Claims Commissions; Mixed Commissions). They encompass unique and important forms of binding adjudication mechanisms, established to consider claims resulting from significant international war-related or traumatic historical events. Their principal aim is to determine compensation owed to a variety of international actors, including individuals, international organizations, private companies, and States, for...
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