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jurisprudence of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal

by George H. Aldrich

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Iran
    • Subjects:
    • Iran-United States Claims Tribunal.,
    • Arbitration and award, International.,
    • United States -- Claims vs. Iran.,
    • Iran -- Claims vs. United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementGeorge H. Aldrich.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX238.I7 A43 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 590 p. ;
      Number of Pages590
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL971391M
      ISBN 100198258054
      LC Control Number96008171

      This chapter examines whether national claims commissions and international commercial arbitral tribunals such as the Iran—United States Claims Tribunal are capable of making any contribution to the development of an international law of judicial remedies and considers the nature of any such contribution. The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, established on Janu and located in the Hague, was created in an effort to resolve the crisis between the. Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of America arising from the detention of 52 United States nationals at the United States. Embassy in Tehran which commenced in November , and the subsequent.

      This book aims to preserve and to make accessible the substantial body of Awards and Decisions rendered by the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal during the years since its establishment in The jurisprudence of this extraordinary tribunal is of much broader interest than simply to the parties before it and the two governments that created it. This volume contains in-depth articles on these developments (in English and French) and summaries of (aspects of) decisions rendered by the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, and the Hague Conference on Private International Law.

      It is generally acknowledged that the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties of codified the relevant law. Despite this definitive guidance, when the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal first faced a question of treaty interpretation, it made no reference whatsoever to the Vienna Convention. The issue in that case was whether the Algiers Declarations gave the Tribunal. Buy The International Law Character of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (Developments in International Law) by Mohebi, Mohsen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.


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The book contains the story of the case law of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. Undoubtedly, the background of this tribunal is well known to most readers. After the hostage taking in the United States Embassy in Teheran, President Carter ordered the freezing of all Iranian assets in the United : van Haersolte-van Hof, J Jacomijn.

This book charts the work of the Iran-US Claims Tribunal which was established in the wake of the breakdown of relations between the United States and Iran after the Iranian revolution in The seizure of the US Embassy and US assets in Iran created a rift between the US and Iran which led to the expulsion and expropriation of US property.

The Iran–United States Claims Tribunal (IUSCT) is an international arbitral tribunal that resolves claims between the nationals and governments of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of was established on 19 January by the Algiers Declarations, an Algeria-mediated agreement between the U.S.

and Iran to resolve the Tehran hostage crisis. The jurisprudence of this extraordinary tribunal is of much broader interest than simply to the parties before it and the two Governments that created it.

While copies of its hundreds of Awards and Decisions may individually be purchased from the Tribunal and have been or are being published in the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal Reports. Determining whether the Iran-US Claims Tribunal (the Jurisprudence of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal book is a truly public international tribunal is not merely an interesting theoretical exercise.

The Tribunal's legal character has significant ramifications, for example on enforceability at the international level, the applicability and scope of "res judicata" regarding dismissed claims, and the evidentiary value of its jurisprudence.

The Iran–United States Claims Tribunal, which has been called the most significant arbitral body in history, celebrated its 25th anniversary in As of mid, the Tribunal had issued over awards and decisions—a total of awards (including partial awards and awards on agreed terms), 83 interlocutory and interim awards, and decisions—in resolving almost.

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Part Two: Iran-United States Claims Tribunal as an Example of International Tribunal. The Background of the Tribunal. Application of the Criteria for International Tribunals to the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal.

Part Three: An Example of Applying International Law by the Tribunal: The Tribunal Practice in Expropriation Cases. The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal is the most important source of international arbitral decisions for at least the past half century, and its decisions have contributed significantly to the development of international law and the law of international commercial transactions.

"Spaans v Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, Final appeal judgment, Case NoDecision No LJN: AC, NJ, () 18 NYILILDC (NL ), 20th DecemberNetherlands; Supreme Court [HR]" published on by Oxford University Press.

The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal was established on 19 January by the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of America to resolve certain claims by nationals of one State Party against the other State Party and certain claims between the State Parties. To date, the Tribunal has finalized over 3, cases.

Get this from a library. The jurisprudence of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. [George H Aldrich] -- This important new book seeks to preserve and to make accessible the substantial body of Awards and Decisions rendered by the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal during the years since it was.

The International Law Character of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal includes: a historical survey on international tribunals; an analysis of the adverse arguments; and - a detailed discussion of the Tribunal's practice on expropriation cases to give a concrete example of its functioning on international law level, is considered in Format: Hardcover.

The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, which has been called the most significant arbitral body in history, celebrated its 25th anniversary in As of mid, the Tribunal had issued over awards and decisions--a total of awards (including partial awards and awards on agreed terms), 83 interlocutory and interim awards, and The Iran–United States Claims Tribunal is the most important source of international arbitral decisions for at least the past half-century, and its decisions have contributed significantly to the development of international law and the law of international commercial transactions.

This book is about the jurisprudence of the Tribunal. It seeks to preserve and to make accessible the. 91 See David D. Caron, The Nature of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal and the Evolving Structure of International Dispute Resolution, 84 Am. Int’l L.(); see also Brower & Brueschke, supra note 2, at (making similar criticisms); Ameli, The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, supra n at (noting the.

The State Department announced yesterday that the United States and Iran had agreed to settle one of the largest remaining claims outstanding at the Iran-US Claims Tribunal in the Hague and that in doing so, the United States had agreed to pay Iran roughly $ billion, consisting of $ million of Iranian money placed in a Trust Fund to buy U.S.

military equipment in the s. This publication is a concise and colourful presentation of the authors' first-hand experience with the remarkable, stormy procedural history of the Iran-U.S.

Claims Tribunal in The Hague. Examining each rule in turn, the authors examine the first intent of the UNCITRAL framers, as evident from the travaux preparatoires, and then analyze how the Rules were interpreted.

The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal is the largest international arbitration project in modern legal history. Established in to resolve claims by Americans against Iran, by Iranians against the United States, and by the two governments against each other, the Tribunal has now issued over awards, with a total value of more than $1 billion.Book Reviews THE IRAN-UNITED STATES CLAIMS TRIBUNAL: ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE LAW OF STATE RESPONSIBILITY Richard B.

Lillich and Daniel B. Magraw, eds. New York: Transnational Publishers, pp. (). Charles H. Brower, 11* In this book, seven leading commentators set out to make the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal's contributions to.The author examines claims of indirect takings from such fora as the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, the European Court of Human Rights, and arbitral panels in investment treaty arbitrations.

Sebastián López Escarcena offers a comprehensive coverage of the history and main concepts of the international law of expropriation.