The Project of a Permanent Court of International Justice and Resolutions of the Advisory Committee of Jurists: Report and Commentary

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CONTENTS
PAGE
Letter to the Board of Trustees1
REPORT ON THE PROJECT OF A PERMANENT COURT OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF JURISTS
Introduction2
Formal opening of the sessions of the Advisory Committee of Jurists, June 16, 19205
Procedure of the Advisory Committee9
Discussion and adoption of principle of appointing the judges of the proposed Court by concurrent action of the Council and the Assembly of the League of Nations12
Project for a Permanent Court of International Justice
Article I (Preamble)49
Chapter I.--Organization of the Court (Articles 2-30)50
Chapter II.--Jurisdiction of the Court (Articles 31-36)92
Chapter III.--Procedure (Articles 37-62)113
Execution of the judgment of the Court132
Resolutions of the Advisory Committee
I.--An international conference in continuation of the First and Second Hague Conferences to meet at stated intervals for the advancement of international law133
II.--A High Court of International Justice for the trial of offenses against public order and the law of nations139
III.--The installation of the Academy of International Law at the Hague Peace Palace140
Closing session of the Advisory Committee of Jurists, July 24, 1920142
Annex A.--Project for a Permanent Court of International Justice (French and English texts)149
Annex B.--Resolutions of the Advisory Committee (French and English texts)168
Annex C.--Covenant of the League of Nations (Articles 12-17, and 21)172
APPENDIX
Draft Convention for the creation of a Court of Arbitral Justice, adopted and recommended to the Powers by the Second Hague Peace Conference, October 18, 1907177

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