Declarations accepting the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice1 may be made unconditionally or on condition of reciprocity or for a certain time2. Many declarations have, however, contained other types of reservation3. Examples of these are:
(1) reservations of matters which, by international law, are within the domestic jurisdiction of the state4;
(2) reservations of disputes which arose before a certain date and out of facts which existed before that date
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