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Continental Shelf, Libya v Malta, Merits, Judgment, [1985] ICJ Rep 13, ICGJ 118 (ICJ 1985), 3rd June 1985, International Court of Justice [ICJ]



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What principles and rules of international law were applicable to the delimitation of the area of the continental shelf which appertained to Malta and Libya, and how such principles and rules could be applied in this case so that they equitably delimited the disputed area.

Keywords: Boundaries; Coastal states; Continental shelf; Customary international law; Delimitation; Equitable principles; Territory, title

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Subjects: International Courts and Tribunals ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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