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III. The International Court of Justice
3.2. Procedure before a Chamber Dealing with a Particular Case
(Article 26, Paragraph 2, of the Statute)

¤ Frontier Dispute, (Burkina Faso/Republic of Mali),
Provisional Measures, Order of 10 January 1986
I.C.J. Reports 1986, p. 3

[p. 9] Whereas, in particular, when two States jointly decide to have recourse to a Chamber of the Court, the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, with a view to the peaceful settlement of a dispute, in accordance with Article 2, paragraph 3, and Article 33 of the Charter of the United Nations, and incidents subsequently occur which not merely are likely to extend or aggravate the dispute but comprise a resort to force which is irreconcilable with the principle of the peaceful settlement of international disputes, there can be no doubt of the Chamber's power and duty to indicate, if need be, such provisional measures as may conduce to the due administration of justice;