The Permanent Court of International Justice, 1920-1942

By Manley O. Hudson; Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College | Go to book overview

SUBJECT INDEX
(The references are to pages)
Aaland Islands dispute, 212, 639 n.
Absence
of agent, 534.
of judge, 352.
of party, 203-4, 448, 477
Abstract question, 210, 412, 497,
Academy of International Law, 324.
Access to Court
all States have, 392.
by agents and counsel, 326.
by individuals, 101, 186-7, 395-6, 402-4.
by international organizations, 176, 213-4, 400-2, 507.
by League, 187, 202,383-4.
by League Members, 188-9, 383-4; ex- Members, 385-6.
by parties to Protocol of Signature, 385.
by States named in Annex to Covenant, 187-8, 384.
Council resolution of 1922, 118, 142-3, 188-9, 283, 386-9, 481; declarations under, 389-90; text, 755-6.
provisions of "treaties in force," 390-2.
States "entitled to appear," 197-8, 283, 388-9, 392-4, 506, 593.
See also Jurisdiction.
Address at The Hague. See Agent; Parties.
Ad hoc judge. See Judge ad hoc.
Adjudication, distinguished from arbitration, 109, 145 n.
Administrative Tribunal of League, 304, 323.
Advisory Committee. See Committee of Jurists of 1920.
Advisory opinions
abstract question, 210-1, 497.
adoption by Council, 513.
basis of jurisdiction, 107-8, 210-5, 405-6, 483-4.
collections of, 780.
communication to Council, 299.
copies, 593, 732, 754.
delivered in open Court, 214, 510, 593, 732, 754.
disputes and questions distinguished, 211, 215, 222, 299, 494-5, 730, 754.
form, 592-3.
full Court gives, 174, 212, 299, 503, 730, 754.
importance, 212, 222, 523-4.
languages used, 593-4.
legal force, 511-3.
nature of jurisdiction, 211, 510-1.
of international bodies, 484-5.
of national courts, 485-6.
opinions given, 212, 498-501.
proposal of 1920 Committee of Jurists, 211, 482.
provision in Covenant, 98, 107-8, 212, 483; in Statute, 210-5, 406, 483-4.
publication, 280, 510, 594.
purposes served, 523-4.
reception of, 513-22.
refusal to give, 212, 499-500.
requests for: Argentine proposal in 1920, 211; communication of, 392 n, 505-6; compliance with, 499-501; decision on, 592; drafting of, 503; entertainment of, 215 n, 219, 227-9; form, 210-3, 501-3, 731; notice of, 213-4, 505-6, 731; power to make, 486-8; procedure on, 505-8; provision in U.S. Protocol, 226; source, 210-1, 486-8; vote required, 222, 231, 488-94.
secret, 219, 226-7, 732, 754.
subject-matter, 494-8.
unanimity of Court, 504.
value, 523-4.
withdrawal of request, 509-10.
Advisory proceedings
agents in, 530-1, 533.
assimilation to contentious, 299, 508-9, 754.
composition of Court, 503-5, 730, 754.
conclusions in, 577.
costs, 590.
counsel in, 532-3.
dissenting opinions, 589, 730-1, 754.
individuals in, 402-4.
institution of, 544, 731.
international organizations in, 400-2, 507, 731, 755.
intervention, 423-4.
judges ad hoc, 504-5, 730, 754.
legal basis, 107-8, 210-5, 405-6, 483-4.
oral phase not necessary, 563.
parties, 384.
procedure, 299, 505-8, 731, 754.

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