International Court of Environmental Arbitration and Conciliation (ICEAC)
Corte Internacional de Arbitraje y Conciliación Ambiental (CIACA)
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1994-11 Mexico City Mexico
Nov 1994, Mexico City (Mexico). Registered in accordance with Mexican law.
Facilitate, by conciliation and arbitration, the settlement of environmental disputes between States, natural or legal persons and submitted to it by agreement of the parties to the dispute ("Parties"); give consultative opinions on questions of environmental law or on legal aspects of the use or protection of elements of the environment in any case which is of international concern, at the request of any natural of legal person whether national or international, public or private, including States and local authorities ("Petitioner").
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Members of the Court exercise their functions in Plenary Session, composed of all Members of the Court and, depending on the requests which are submitted to the Court, either in the form of a Commission of Conciliation, a Tribunal of Arbitration or a Chamber for Consultative Opinions. Secretary General, who carries out the functions of Registrar of the Court and is head of its administration, is assisted by Assistant Secretary General and a Secretariat. Permanent seats in Mexico City (Mexico) and San Sebastian (Spain).
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