Permanent Court of International Justice

The Versailles Peace Treaty of 1919 provided in its article 14 the following: “The council is in charge of preparing a project for a Permanent Court of International Justice and submitting it to the members of society. This Court will understand all disputes of an international nature that were submitted by the parties. It will also issue advisory opinions on any divergence or any other point that was submitted by the council to the assembly ”, giving rise to the establishment of a Permanent Court, which after some procedures its statute came into force in 1921, however the Court Permanent Court of International Justice began to function in 1922. The contribution of the Permanent Court of International Justice is of inestimable value, from the fact of the permanence of a Court with an international character to the appraisals in the interpretation of International Treaties.

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