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Applicability of Article VI, Section 22, of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 February 2017


Terry D. Gill
Affiliation:
Institute of Public International Law , University of Utrecht

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Copyright © American Society of International Law 1990

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1 Feb. 13, 1946, 21 UST 1418, TIAS No. 6900, 1 UNTS 4.

2 The request was made pursuant to Article 96, paragraph 2 of the United Nations Charter and in accordance with General Assembly Resolution 89 (I) of December 11, 1946, on a priority basis.

3 Judges Oda, Evensen and Shahabuddeen appended separate opinions to the decision.

4 Sub-Comm’n Res. 1985/12 (Aug. 29).

5 Sub-Comm’n Dec. 1987/112 (Sept. 4).

6 1989 ICJ Rep. 177, 183, para. 19.

7 Sub-Comm’n Res. 1988/37 (Sept. 1).

8 1989 ICJ Rep. at 184, para. 23.

9 Id. at 185, para. 24.

10 Id.

11 Id.

12 Id. at 187, para. 27.

13 Id. at 188, para. 29.

14 Interpretation of Peace Treaties, 1950 ICJ Rep. 65, 71 (Advisory Opinion of Mar. 30).

15 1989 ICJ Rep. at 189, para. 31.

16 Id. at 190, para. 35.

17 Western Sahara, 1975 ICJ Rep. 12, 25, paras. 32–33 (Advisory Opinion of Oct. 16)(considerations of judicial propriety might impel the Court to refuse an opinion when consent is lacking).

18 1989 ICJ Rep. at 190–91, paras. 37–39.

19 Id. at 194, para. 47.

20 Id. at 195, para. 49.

21 Id., para. 51.

22 Id. at 197, para. 55.

23 Id. at 198, para. 59.

24 Id. at 200, para. 1 (Oda, J., sep. op.) (emphasis in original).

25 Id. at 208, para. 23.

26 1989 ICJ Rep. at 210–11 (Evensen, J., sep. op.).

27 1989 ICJ Rep. at 219 (Shahabuddeen, J., sep. op.).

28 Id. at 221.

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