16 September 1971

 

General List No. 54

 
     

international Court of Justice

     
 

Appeal Relating to the Jurisdiction of the ICAO Council

 
     

India

 

v. 

Pakistan

     
     
 

Order

 
     
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BEFORE: Vice-President: F. Ammoun
   
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Citation: Appeal Relating to the Jurisdiction of the ICAO Council (India v. Pak.), 1971 I.C.J. 347 (Order of Sept. 16)
   
Represented By: India: Mr. J. N. Dhamija;

Pakistan: Mr. R. S. Chhatari; Mr. S. T. Joshua.

 
     
 
 
     
 

[p 347]

The Vice-President of the International Court of Justice, Acting President under Article 13 of the Rules of Court,

Having regard to Articles 40 and 48 of the Statute of the Court and to Articles 32, 37 and 67 of the Rules of Court,

Whereas on 30 August 1971 Mr. J. N. Dhamija, Ambassador of India at The Hague, filed in the Registry of the International Court of Justice an Application on behalf of the Government of India appealing from the decision rendered on 29 July 1971 by the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization on preliminary objections raised by India in proceedings instituted by Pakistan against India before the Council;

Whereas the Application stated that Mr. J. N. Dhamija had been appointed by the Government of India as its Agent for the purpose of the Application and all proceedings thereon;

Whereas the Application founds the jurisdiction of the Court on Article 84 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation, 1944, Article II of the International Air Services Transit Agreement, 1944, and Articles 36 and 37 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice;[p 348]

Whereas on 30 August 1971 a copy of the Application was transmitted to the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Pakistan;

Whereas by a letter dated 1 September 1971 the Additional Foreign Secretary of Pakistan informed the Registry that Mr. R. S. Chhatari, Ambassador of Pakistan to the Netherlands, had been appointed as Agent for Pakistan and Mr. S. T. Joshua, Third Secretary, Embassy of Pakistan, The Hague, had been appointed as Deputy Agent for Pakistan in this case;

Having ascertained the view of the Parties,

Fixes 16 December 1971 as the time limit for the filing of the Memorial of the Government of India;

Reserves the subsequent procedure for further decision.

Done in French and in English, the French text being authoritative, at the Peace Palace, The Hague, this sixteenth day of September, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-one, in three copies, one of which will be placed in the Archives of the Court and the others transmitted to the Government of India and the Government of Pakistan, respectively.

(Signed) F.Ammoun,
Vice-President.

(Signed) W.Tait,
Deputy-Registrar.

 
     

 

 

 

 

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