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RESOLUTION 22 C(I)
OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF THE UNITED NATIONS,

13 FEBRUARY 1946
PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES
OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

1. The General Assembly, with a view to ensuring that the International Court of Justice shall enjoy the privileges, immunities and facilities necessary for the exercise of its functions and the fulfilment of its purposes, in the country of its seat and elsewhere, invites the members of the Court at their first session to consider this question and to inform the Secretary-General of their recommendations.

2. The General Assembly decides that the question of the privileges and immunities of the Court shall be considered as soon as possible after the receipt of the recommendations of the Court.

3. The General Assembly recommends that, until further action has been taken, the rules which have been applied to the Permanent Court of International Justice should be observed by Members in relation to the International Court of Justice.