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Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Application by Honduras for Permission to Intervene), Nicaragua v Colombia, Judgment on Honduras’ application for permission to intervene, ICGJ 430 (ICJ 2011), 4th May 2011, International Court of Justice [ICJ]



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Whether Honduras had an interest of a legal nature which could be affected by the Court’s decision in Nicaragua and Colombia’s boundary dispute.

Whether the Court’s 2007 Judgment on the territorial and boundary dispute between Nicaragua and Honduras in the Caribbean Sea had settled the two countries’ entire maritime boundary.

Whether the Court’s decision could affect Honduras’ rights under its 1986 maritime delimitation treaty with Colombia

Keywords: Coastal states; Delimitation; International courts and tribunals, admissibility of claims; International judgments, recognition and enforcement; Intervention; Maritime boundaries; Treaties, effect for third states

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Subjects: Territory ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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