Corte Centroamericana de Justicia (CCJ)
Cour de justice centroaméricaine
Central American Court of Justice
1907-12-20 Washington DC USA
20 Dec 1907, Washington DC (USA), on the signing of then 'Treaty of Washington'. Official rules of the court adopted 2 Dec 1911. Ordinance of Procedure adopted 6 Nov 1912. Operated from 1908 to 1918 in Cartago (Costa Rica) and San José (Costa Rica). Ceased operations Apr 1918. Re-established, 13 Dec 1991, by T-XT9191 - Protocol of Tegucigalpa, which replaced H-XD3033 - Organization of Central American States by F-XF2858 - Central American Integration System. Became operational 12 Oct 1994. Also referred to as Corte de Managua and Tribunal Centroamericano.
Based on the honour of member states, and within the limits of the powers which they granted, guarantee the rights of each of them in their reciprocal relations and maintain peace and harmony among them; both by its attributions and by the character of its jurisdiction, act as a Permanent Court of International Justice with power to adjudge and decide, upon petition, all cases included in its constitutive law.
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