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International Court of Justice: Case Concerning the Continental Shelf (Tunisia/Libyan Arab Jamahiriya*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 March 2017

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Copyright © American Society of International Law 1982

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[Reproduced from the text provided by the International Court of Justice. The findings of the Court, adopted by a vote of 10 to 4,appear at I.L.M. page 262. Acting President Elias, Judges Lachs,Morozov, Nagendra Singh, Mosler, Ago, Sette-Camara, El-Khani, Schwebel,and Judge ad. hoc Jimenez de Arechaga voted in favor; Judges Forster,Gros, Oda and Judge ad hoc Evensen voted against.

[The separate opinions of Judges Ago and Schwebel and Judge ad hoc Jimenez de Arechaga appear respectively at I.L.M. pages 264, 266, and266. The dissenting opinions of Judge Gros and Judge ad hoc Evensen appear respectively at I.L.M. pages 288 and 295. Judge Oda's dissentingopinion has not been reproduced.

[Malta's application to intervene in the case appears at 20 I.L.M.329 (1981). The Court's judgment on Malta's application appears at 20 I.L.M. 569 (1981).]

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* A synoptical table of contents appears at the end.1 Cited in E. D. Brown, “The Continental Shelf and the Exclusive Economic Zone : The Problem of Delimitation at UNCLOS III” in Maritime Policy and Management, 1977, 4, p. 400.

1 Hess, as cited by John Noble Wilford, The Mapmakers, New York, 1981, p. 292.

1 Ras Makabez is located seven nautical miles east of Ras Ajdir.

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