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Enforcement of Judgement of International Courts Lecture / Seminar 2016 and 2017

The enforcement of judgments of the international courts is a perineal problem. In some instances the judgments of the International Court of Justice have remained unsatisfied for decades. Awards given in international commercial arbitration are sometimes not enforced for a variety of reasons.

In recent times it has been suggested that the effectiveness of the Caribbean Court of Justice in its original jurisdiction could be compromised on the assumption that there exists no mechanism for the enforcement of the OJ judgments.

An analysis of the legal infrastructure supporting the CCJ suggests that it is a gross oversimplification to say that the means to enforce the OJ judgments are lacking.

CALCA will support various initiatives to explore the enforcement of international judgments in the next biennium.

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