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Pope & Talbot Incorporated v Canada, Award in respect of damages, 31st May 2002 (IIC 195 (2002), (2005) 7 ICSID Rep 43, (2005) 7 ICSID Rep 148, (2002) 41 ILM 1347), OXIO 561

Ad Hoc Tribunal (UNCITRAL); North American Free Trade Association [NAFTA]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 25 November 2020

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NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) — Fair and equitable treatment standard — International minimum standard — Official interpretations by the parties — Customary international law — Full protection and security
1. Treaty interpretation by arbitral tribunals. 2. The powers vested in a non-adjudicative body, such as the Free Trade Commission created under the North American Free Trade Agreement, to interpret an agreement such as the North American Free Trade Agreement. 3. The difference between treaty interpretation and treaty amendment. This headnote pertains to: Pope Talbot Incorporated v Canada, Award in respect of damages, a court decision relevant to the law of international organizations. Jump to full text In the case of Pope & Talbot Incorporated v Canada (‘Pope &...
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