Can a court make an order of its own initiative?

Can a court make an order of its own initiative?

(4) The court may make an order of its own initiative, without hearing the parties or giving them an opportunity to make representations. (b) the order must contain a statement of the right to make such an application.

How is promptness in application inherent in the rules of court?

Promptness in application is inherent in many of the rules of court: for instance in applying for an appeal, or in seeking relief against sanctions” Tibbles makes it clear that applications to vary will not be granted readily. Indeed they will be granted rarely.

When does the International Court of Justice hear a case?

The Court can only hear a dispute when requested to do so by one or more States. It cannot deal with a dispute on its own initiative. Neither is it permitted, under its Statute, to investigate and rule on acts of sovereign States as it chooses.

Can a transfer order be made on court’s initiative?

The defendants’ counsel submitted that the application was made under CPR 3.1 (7), and governed by the principles set out in Tibbles SIG plc [2012] 1 WLR 2591. I reject that submission. The transfer order was made of the court’s own initiative, pursuant to CPR 3.3.

Is the International Court of Justice open to the public?

The hearings of the Court are public, unless it has been decided to hold a closed hearing. For information on how to attend, please refer to the Visits pages on our website. Representatives of the media wishing to cover the hearings must be duly accredited. For further information, please refer to the Accreditation page under “Press room”.

Is the mission of the court to adjudicate disputes?

It is the mission of the courts to adjudicate the disputes brought before them, in accordance with the applicable rules of law.

When does a court have to issue a show cause order?

(5) Limitations on Monetary Sanctions. The court must not impose a monetary sanction: (B) on its own, unless it issued the show-cause order under Rule 11 (c) (3) before voluntary dismissal or settlement of the claims made by or against the party that is, or whose attorneys are, to be sanctioned. (6) Requirements for an Order.

How does a state manifest its consent to the court?

A State may manifest its consent in three ways: by a special agreement: two or more States with a dispute on a specific issue may agree to submit it jointly to the Court and conclude an agreement for this purpose;