International law jurisdiction jurisdiction refers to the power of a state to affect persons property and circumstances within its territory it may be exercised through legislative executive or judicial actions. The international court of justice abbreviated icj commonly referred to as the world court is the principal judicial organ of the united nations un it settles legal disputes between member states and gives advisory opinions to authorized un organs and specialized agencies. Judgment no2867 of the administrative tribunal of the international labour organization upon a complaint filed against the international fund for agricultural development request for advisory opinion
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