Rule 26 Jurisdiction / Paragraph 2
- Paragraph 1
Pursuant to the Protocol, the Court shall have jurisdiction:
- Point a
to deal with all cases and all disputes submitted to it concerning interpretation and application of the Charter, the Protocol and any other relevant human rights instrument ratified by the States concerned;
- Point b
to render an advisory opinion on any legal matter relating to the Charter or any other relevant human rights instruments, provided that the subject of the opinion is not related to a matter being examined by the Commission;
- Point c
to promote amicable settlement in cases pending before it in accordance with the provisions of the Charter;
- Point d
to interpret a judgment rendered by itself; and
- Point e
to review its own judgment in light of new evidence in conformity with Rule 67 of these Rules.
- Paragraph 2
In the event of a dispute as to whether the Court has jurisdiction, the Court shall decide.
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