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The Temporal Jurisdiction of International Tribunals by Gallus, Nick (4th May 2017)

5 The Effect of Acts that Begin before the Main Temporal Limits but that Continue after

From: The Temporal Jurisdiction of International Tribunals

Nick Gallus

Subject(s):
Arbitrability — Time limitations (and jurisdiction) — International courts and tribunals, powers — Extinctive prescription (and admissibility) — Arbitral agreements

This chapter looks at decisions on whether an act is continuing and the temporal jurisdiction of tribunals over such acts that begin before the main temporal limits addressed previously in this book—the entry into force of the obligation allegedly breached, the acceptance of the tribunal’s jurisdiction, and the period of limitation—but that continue after.

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