Nuolatinis tarptautinis teisingumo teismas kaip taikaus ginčų sprendimo institucija 1921-1939 metais.
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On January 25, 1919, at the Paris Peace Conference, a resolution was passed, under which a decision was adopted to set up the League of Nations. A commission for preparation of the Court Statute was formed at the League of Nations. On December 13, 1920, the draft of the Court was approved at a meeting of the League of Nations, and a protocol for signing was prepared. The Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice was not adopted at a meeting of the League of Nations, and it came into legal force only after signing and ratifying the Protocol of 13 December 1920 by the participating states. In the literature it was discussed which of the legal acts means the establishment of the Court. It was considered that it was the resolution of the League of Nations or Article 14 of the Statute of the League of Nations. D.Anziloti’s opinion should be approved that an establishment act is a multilateral agreement, since it foresees that the Statute cannot be changed without consent of the states that ratified and joined it. The Court Statute was subdivided into three parts: Organization of the Court, Competence of the Court and Procedure. Quite a number of shortcomings of the Statute, especially those of procedure, were revealed in practice...
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