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Handbook of Best Practice for Registrars of Final/Appellate, Regional and International Courts and Tribunals

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This user-friendly, practical handbook is designed to assist Registrars in the day-to-day performance of their duties, thereby contributing to improving the administration and efficiency of final/appellate, regional and international courts and tribunals.



The handbook is divided into four sections: institutional matters; information and document management; the needs of court and tribunal users; and eradicating inefficiencies and abuses of process. It provides examples of good practice to help Registrars benefit from the challenges faced by other courts and tribunals, throughout the Commonwealth and worldwide.

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The Needs of Court and Tribunal Users

There are many similarities between the needs of court and tribunal users but some aspects of international tribunals and courts deserve particular attention. A court or tribunal created within a state will take its character and some of its strength for enforcement from the existing organs and measures within that state. For its part, an international court or tribunal which exercises a coercive jurisdiction has to take a more comprehensive view of the several elements that are necessary to achieve a fair trial.

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