Chapter 15: SUCCESSION AFFECTING THE RESPONDENT STATE
This Chapter examines what happens when succession occurs during the arbitration proceedings. Such changes may affect the identity of the respondent State in the proceedings. For example, in the context of the dissolution of a State, the respondent will cease to exist during the proceedings. It will be argued that a tribunal should continue to have jurisdiction over a case despite the changes affecting the respondent State during proceedings. This chapter will examine the practical consequences of changes affecting the respondent State which may be different depending on the type of succession involved.
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