The International Court of Justice was made part of the United Nations Charter drafted in San Franci

The International Court of Justice was made part of the United Nations Charter drafted in San Franci

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The International Court of Justice was made part of the United Nations Charter drafted in San Francisco in 1945. So no it was not the first world court. The first world court was the Permanent World Court of International Justice. It was one of the first world courts that were established in 1922. The Permanent Court was one of the first international courts. It functioned continuously from January 1922, when it held its first session at The Hague, until it was succeeded in 1945 by the International Court of Justice (Permanent Court of International Justice, The Hague, 2002).
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Unformatted text preview: The court main goal is to work from nation to nation and to solve the different countries issues peacefully. All pleadings and evidence must be broken down into single valued and clearly stated points of fact. The procedures of the world court are that the case must be heard in two stages which is written and orally presented to the court. What is an advisory opinion? The advisory opinion is the opinion of the court, the law, arbitration, and/or international law. They can be used as persuasive evidence in cases where no precedent exists....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Sei during the Spring '11 term at American Academy of Art.

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