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Southern Bluefin Tuna, New Zealand v Japan, Provisional Measures, ITLOS Case No 3, (1999) 38 ILM 1624, ICGJ 337 (ITLOS 1999), 27th August 1999, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea [ITLOS]

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Whether the Court should prescribe provisional measures requiring the parties not to aggravate the dispute and not to prejudice the outcome of litigation.

How annual limitations on catching southern bluefin tuna should be set.

Whether the parties should refrain from experimental fishing in the relevant maritime areas.

Whether the parties should resume negotiations and try reaching agreement to secure the objective of optimal utilisation of maritime resources.

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