|I.||Substantive International Law - First Part|
|1.||THE FOUNDATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW|
the Land and Maritime
Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeri
(Cameroon v. Nigeria: Equatorial Guinea Intervening)
Judgment of 10 October 2002
[p. ] 294. The Court is bound to stress in this connection that delimiting with a concern to achieving an equitable result, as required by current international law, is not the same as delimiting in equity. The Courts jurisprudence shows that, in disputes relating to maritime delimitation, equity is not a method of delimitation, but solely an aim that should be borne in mind in effecting the delimitation.