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Fallo/Veredicto de La Haya Perú Chile en PDF (en Inglés)

Fallo/Veredicto de La Haya Perú Chile en PDF (en Inglés)

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 27 JANUARY 2014 JUDGMENT MARITIME DISPUTE (PERU
v.
 CHILE)
 ___________
DIFFÉREND MARITIME (PÉROU c. CHILI) 27 JANVIER 2014 ARRÊT
 
T
ABLE OF
C
ONTENTS
 
 Paragraphs
C
HRONOLOGY OF THE PROCEDURE
 1-15 I. G
EOGRAPHY
 16 II. H
ISTORICAL BACKGROUND
 17-21 III. P
OSITIONS OF THE
P
ARTIES
 22-23 IV. W
HETHER THERE IS AN AGREED MARITIME BOUNDARY
 24-151 1. The 1947 Proclamations of Chile and Peru 25-44 2. The 1952 Santiago Declaration 45-70 3. The various 1954 Agreements 71-95 A. The Complementary Convention to the 1952 Santiago Declaration 74-77 B. The Agreement relating to Measures of Supervision and Control of the Maritime Zones of the Signatory Countries 78-79 C. The Agreement relating to a Special Maritime Frontier Zone 80-95 4. The 1968-1969 lighthouse arrangements 96-99 5. The nature of the agreed maritime boundary 100-102 6. The extent of the agreed maritime boundary 103-151 A. Fishing potential and activity 104-111 B. Contemporaneous developments in the law of the sea 112-118 C. Legislative practice 119-122 D. The 1955 Protocol of Accession 123-125 E. Enforcement activities 126-129 F. The 1968-1969 lighthouse arrangements 130 G. Negotiations with Bolivia (1975-1976) 131-133 H. Positions of the Parties at the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea 134-135 I. The 1986 Bákula Memorandum 136-142 J. Practice after 1986 143-148 K. The extent of the agreed maritime boundary: conclusion 149-151 V. T
HE STARTING
-
POINT OF THE AGREED MARITIME BOUNDARY
 152-176 VI. T
HE COURSE OF THE MARITIME BOUNDARY FROM
P
OINT
A 177-195 VII. C
ONCLUSION
 196-197 O
PERATIVE CLAUSE
 198  ___________
 
 INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE YEAR 2014 2014 27 January General List No. 137 27 January 2014 MARITIME DISPUTE (PERU
v.
 CHILE)
Geography
 
 Historical background
 
 1929 Treaty of Lima between Chile and Peru
 
 1947 Proclamations of Chile and Peru
 
 Twelve instruments negotiated by Chile, Ecuador and  Peru.
*
 No international maritime boundary established by 1947 Proclamations
 
  
 
 No shared understanding of the Parties concerning maritime delimitation
 
  
 
 Necessity of establishing the lateral limits of their maritime zones in the future. 1952 Santiago Declaration is an international treaty
 
  
 
 Rules of interpretation
 
  
 
 No express reference to delimitation of maritime boundaries
 
  
 
Certain elements relevant however to maritime delimitation
 
  
 
Ordinary meaning of paragraph IV 
 
  
 
 Maritime zones of island territories
 
  
 
Scope of 1952 Santiago Declaration restricted to agreement on limits between certain insular maritime zones and zones generated by continental coasts
 
  
 
Object and  purpose
 
  
 
Supplementary means of interpretation confirm that no general maritime delimitation was effected by 1952 Santiago Declaration
 
  
 
Suggestion of existence of some sort of a shared understanding of a more general nature concerning maritime boundaries
 
  
 
1952 Santiago  Declaration did not establish a lateral maritime boundary between Chile and Peru along the  parallel.

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