Benelux Court of Justice

Cour de justice Benelux

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Established on entry into force of a treaty signed 31 Mar 1965. Commenced operations 11 May 1974, Brussels (Belgium). Closely related to, although not formally an institution of, D-XD0190 - Benelux Union, and based at the Union's Secretariat General. Treaty modified by the Protocols of 10 Jun 1981 and 23 Nov 1984. Statutes registered in 'UNTS/1 13176'.


Ensure uniformity in applying and interpreting specifically designed juridical rules common to countries of the Benelux Economic Union; settle disputes in administration of Benelux affairs.


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General Assembly (every 3 years). Members of the Court are nominated by Benelux Committee of Ministers and include: 9 judges, 3 from each country, and including a President and First and Second Vice-Presidents; 10 substitute judges (normally 2 from each country but with the option of up to 5); 3 Solicitors General, one from each country, of whom one is the Chief Prosecutor and each of whom may have a substitute; 3 Recorders, of whom one is Clerk of the Court. Chambers (2): Procedural Chamber; Chamber of Litigation. Judges of the Court also hold the highest judicial offices in their respective countries.


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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 5: Gender EqualityGOAL 10: Reduced InequalityGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions



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