International Treaties

Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan)

Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand Intervening) (March 31, 2014)
International Court of Justice

Australia, with New Zealand intervening as a non-party, asked the ICJ to adjudge and declare Japan in violation of its obligations under the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling and other international agreements in the authorization and implementation of whaling "special permits" in the Southern Ocean.

S.C. Special Determination Nos. 14, 15, 16/2003 (TRIPS and Intellectual Property Rights case)

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC
OF SRI LANKA

A Bill bearing the title “Intellectual Property”

In the matter of petitions under Article 121(1) of the Constitution.

Present: Sarath N. Silva - Chief Justice
Shirani A. Bandaranayake - Judge of the Supreme Court
J.A.N. Silva - Judge of the Supreme Court

S.C. Special Determination
No.14/2003
Dr. Kamalika Abeyratne,
No.91A, Fifth Lane,
Colombo 03.
Petitioner
Counsel: Ms. I.R. Rajepakse with Ms. S. Daluwatte

Water as a Human Right: Legal, Social and Economic Implications (2003)

WATER AS A HUMAN RIGHT:
LEGAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS

A study of the implications of General Comment No.15 of 2002 of the UN Committee on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights

By Ruana Rajepakse

(Conference on Global Ecological Integrity, Human Rights and Human Responsibilities – Urbino, Italy, 27 June – 1 July, 2003)

1. Introduction

Nepal -- Advocate Prakash Mani Sharma for Pro Public vs His Majesty Government Cabinet Secretariat and others, WP 2991/1995 (1997.06.09)

(Translation from Nepali to English by Raju Prasad Chapagai)

Advocate Prakash Mani Sharma for Pro Public vs His Majesty Government Cabinet Secretariat and others, WP 2991/1995 (1997.06.09)

Supreme Court of Nepal, Joint Bench

Hon’ble Keshab Prasad Upadhayay,
Hon’ble Kedar Nath Acharya,

WP No 2991of the year 2052 B.S (1995)

Petitioner: Advocate Prakash Mani Sharma for Pro Public

Versus

Respondents: His Majesty Government Cabinet Secretariat and others

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