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Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon V. Nigeria): Order of 30 June 1999 (Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions & Orders, 1999)

by International Court of Justice.

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Published by United Nations Publications .
Written in English

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  • International Law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages12
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    Open LibraryOL12892998M
    ISBN 109210708091
    ISBN 109789210708098
    OCLC/WorldCa66781062

    Case Concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria: (Cameroon V. Nigeria) (Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions and Orders, ) [International Court of Justice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.   On the 10th of October the International Court of Justice delivered the Bakassi decision, which, amongst other things, excised the resource rich land and maritime territory of Bakassi from Nigeria and transferred its legal title to Cameroon. These two countries under the auspices of the United Nations established the mechanism of the Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission to honour .

    3 See Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nig.), Preliminary Objections, ICJ REP. (June 11) [hereinafter Preliminary objectionsjudgment], and my case report at 92 AJIL (). The Court subsequently rejected, ICJ REP. 31 (Mar. 25), Nigeria's request for interpretation of this judgment.   NIGERIA, CAMEROON SIGN AGREEMENT ENDING DECADES-OLD BORDER DISPUTE; and to determine the maritime boundary between the countries. was also entrusted with the task of demarcating the land.

    On Octo , in the ICJ’s judgment in the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v Nigeria) case, a fifth aspect of the law of state responsibility, came very much into focus, namely, the place of the law of responsibility in a case principally concerning territorial title. This chapter also discusses.   Bakassi peninsular is a 1,kilometre land boundary between Nigeria, near the city of Calabar in Cross River State, and the Rio del Ray estuary in Cameroon.


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Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon V. Nigeria): Order of 30 June 1999 (Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions & Orders, 1999) by International Court of Justice. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria; Equatorial Guinea intervening) - President of the Court to deliver a statement to the media immediately after the reading of the Judgment on Thursday 10 October Available in: English French.

Bakassi is a peninsula on the Gulf of lies between the Cross River estuary, near the city of Calabar in the west of the Bight of Biafra, and the Rio del Ray estuary on the east. It is governed by Cameroon, following the transfer of sovereignty from neighbouring Nigeria as a result of a judgment by the International Court of Justice.

On 22 Novemberthe Nigerian Senate rejected. See also Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 11 June in the Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria), Preliminary Objections (Nigeria v.

Cameroon). Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 11 June in the Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria), Preliminary Objections (Nigeria v.

Cameroon)Cited by: 3. The Bakassi Dispute and the International Court of Justice book. Continuing Challenges. The Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria Equatorial Guinea intervening) case especially as regard the delimitation of maritime boundaries of Cameroon and Nigeria, it also has had far-reaching implications on Author: Edwin E.

Egede. "Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea (intervening) v Nigeria, Judgment, Merits, [] ICJ RepICGJ 63 (ICJ ), 10th OctoberUnited Nations [UN]; International Court of Justice [ICJ]" published on by Oxford University Press.

Case Concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria: Equatorial Guinea Intervening), No. 94 (Octo ) Introduction Cameroon and Nigeria had a long-standing dispute regarding the boundary between the two countries as set by the Colonial powers through various treaties.

The dispute was over. The maritime boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria was not the subject of negotiations until relatively recently Thus, apart from the Anglo-German Agreements of 11 March and 12 April in so far as they refer to the endpoint of the land boundary on the coast, all the legal instruments concerning the maritime boundary between Cameroon and.

The Application also asked the Court to determine the maritime boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria in those areas in which it had not already been agreed. The Application invoked, as the basis for jurisdiction in the case, the declarations made by the two States under Article 36(2) of.

Cameroon and Nigeria recognize the land and maritime boundary between the two countries as delineated by the Court and commit themselves to continuing the process of. "Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria, Cameroon v Nigeria, Judgment, Preliminary Objections, [] ICJ RepICGJ 64 (ICJ ), 11th JuneUnited Nations [UN]; International Court of Justice [ICJ]" published on by Oxford University Press.

Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria) I.C.J. Rep.13 (order of 15 Mar ). * The aim of this annual section is to provide a guide to the current work of the ICJ by summarising the essential aspects of recent cases and highlighting points of particular significance.

Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nig.), I.C.J. (Order of June 30) [p] The International Court of Justice, Composed as above, After deliberation, Having regard to Article 48 of the Statute of the Court and to Artic 44 and 79 of the Rules of Court, Having regard to the Application filed by.

"Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 11 June in the Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v.

Nigeria), Preliminary Objections (Nigeria v. Cameroon)" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Nijhoff. Whereas Nigeria also raised objections to the admissibility of the claims of Cameroon, and whereas it contended inter alia that the Parties had a duty to settle all boundary questions pending between them by means of the existing bilateral machinery; and whereas during the present proceedings Nigeria contended that Cameroon's Application as.

Whereas Nigeria also raised objections to the admissibility of the claims of Cameroon, and whereas it contended inter alia that the Parties had a duty to settle all boundary questions pending between them by means of the existing bilateral machinery ; and whereas during the present proceedings Nigeria contended that Cameroon's Application as.

Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v. Nigeria: Equatorial Guinea intervening). Kasikili/Sedudu island (Botswana/Namibia). (1) Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 11 June in the Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v.

THE LAND AND MARITIME BOUNDARY BETWEEN CAMEROON AND NIGERIA (EQUATORIAL GUINEA INTERVENING) Introduction 1. The Court, notwithstanding the usually large request of Cameroon's application has comprehensively dealt with all.

Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon V. Nigeria): Order of 30 June (Reports of Judgments, Advisory Opinions & Orders, ) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Land and Maritime Boundary Between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon V.

Nigeria): Order of 30 June (Reports of Judgments. 1 Case concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v.

Nigeria), Application by Equatorial Guinea for Permission to Intervene, Order of 21 OctoberRep. All references arc to the version of the text provided by the Registry of the Court and available on the Court's website. Cameroon and Nigeria agreed on maritime delimitation in March ; sovereignty dispute between Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon over an island at the mouth of the Ntem River; only Nigeria and Cameroon have heeded the Lake Chad Commission's admonition to ratify the delimitation treaty, which also includes the Chad-Niger and Niger-Nigeria boundaries.Its purpose, the country explained, was not to intervene in aspects of the case that relate to land boundary between Nigeria and Cameroon.

Equatorial Guinea shares maritime boundary in the Gulf of.Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria The Court determines the boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria from Lake Chad to the sea.

It requests each Party to withdraw all administration and military or police forces present on territories falling under the .