Reports of International Arbitral Awards, Vol. XXVII
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Reports of International Arbitral Awards, Vol. XXVII

The present volume is made up on four cases, namely, the report and recommendations to the governments of Iceland and Norway of the Conciliation Commission of the Continental Shelf areas between Iceland and Jan Mayen, the award in the case of the Iron Rhine railway between Belgium and the Netherlands and the interpretation thereof the Tribunal; the award and the settlement agreement of the Parties annexed thereto in the dispute concerning the Straits of Johor between Malaysia and Singapore; and the award ion the case concerning the delimitation of the maritime boundary between Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago.

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Conciliation Commission on the Continental Shelf area between Iceland and Jan Mayen: Report and recommendations to the governments of Iceland and Norway Decision of June 1981 You do not have access to this content

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Mandate of the Commission–article 9 of the Agreement between Iceland and Norway of May 28, 1980, concerning fishery and continental shelf questions–to make recommendations with regard to the dividing line for the continental shelf area–claim by one Party to a continental shelf area extending beyond the 200-mile economic zone–to take into account the Party’s strong economic interests in these sea areas, the existing geographical and geological factors and other special circumstances–recommendations must be unanimous and are not binding on the Parties–reasonable regard to be paid by the Parties to recommendations as a useful basis for the resolution of the outstanding issues during the negotiation following the conciliation.