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Part III : Procedure in the international prize court - Art. 34.
    Art. 34. The procedure before the International Court includes two distinct parts: the written pleadings and oral discussions.
    The written pleadings consist of the deposit and exchange of cases, counter-cases, and, if necessary, of replies, of which the order is fixed by the Court, as also the periods within which they must be delivered. The Parties annex thereto all papers and documents of which they intend to make use.
    A certified copy of every document produced by one Party must be communicated to the other Party through the medium of the Court.


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