The judge or deputy who is to continue to hold office pursuant to this paragraph shall, if need be, be selected by a drawing of lots. 3. In the event of a clerical error in a decision, it may be rectified by the Chair either ex officio or at the request of one of the parties. 1. 1. 1. The judges of the Tribunal shall deliberate in private. Any natural person to whom the Tribunal is open for the purposes of lodging an appeal and who establishes a sufficient interest in the result of a case submitted to the Tribunal may be authorised by the Tribunal to intervene in that case. 1. 5. In such cases, an agreement governing administrative procedure and arrangements shall be concluded between the Secretary General and the body or the international governmental organisation concerned. 4. An appeal shall not be admissible unless it complies with the conditions laid down in Article 60, paragraphs 1 and 3, of the Staff Regulations. If the Chair is unable to act, he or she shall be replaced by the deputy appointed by the Court. 4. 4. The Chair shall rule within fifteen days on applications made under Article 59, paragraph 9 4, of the Staff Regulations for a stay of execution of an administrative act. 2. The Tribunal shall reach its decisions by a majority vote. As adopted by the General Assembly in resolution 63/253 on 24 December 2008, amended by resolution 66/237 adopted on … The judges of the Tribunal shall be completely independent in the discharge of their duties; they shall not receive any instructions. Note: as amended by Resolution Res(99) 19 of 16 November 1999, with effect from 1 January 2000. The judges of the Tribunal shall be appointed for a term of three years; they may be reappointed. 1. 6. Two copies thereof shall either be sent by registered post or handed to the registrar of the Tribunal, who shall acknowledge receipt and communicate them to the Chair and to the Secretary General. In cases where it has allowed an appeal, the Tribunal may decide that the Council shall reimburse at a reasonable rate properly vouched expenses incurred by the appellant, taking the nature and importance of the dispute into account. 4. 2. 2. One judge shall be appointed by the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter referred to as the Court) from among those who hold or have held judicial office in one of the member States of the Council of Europe or with another international judicial body, other than present judges of the Court. 4. The Pleading in English Act 1362 (36 Edw. Judges and deputies shall continue to hold office until replaced, but only for a maximum period of one year. Prior to the Norman conquest of England in 1066, traditional common law in England had been discussed in the vernacular since time immemorial, and had been written in the Germanic vernacular (Old English) since c. 600 following the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain and beginning with the law code of Æthelberht of Kent. 3. The judge of the Tribunal appointed by the Court shall be the Tribunal’s Chair. Following the Norman conquest, the language of the latest conquerors was used Anglo-Norman French, which developed into Law French, was used for pleadings, and Latin was used in writing. The official languages of the Tribunal shall be English and French. 4. The Tribunal may request any other document it considers necessary for the consideration of the appeal. 3. Reasons shall be given for decisions. 1. III c. 15),[1] often rendered Statute of Pleading, was an Act of the Parliament of England. For example, an advocate who appears before a court with a single judge could describe that judge as "their tribunal". The remaining judges shall be appointed by the Committee of Ministers among jurists or other persons of high standing, with great experience in the field of administration. The Chair shall set a time-limit for the submission by the Secretary General of his or her observations, to which all supporting documents not already submitted by the appellant shall be attached. The Tribunal may require any official of the Council to appear before it as a witness. The jurisdiction of the Tribunal may be extended to cover disputes between bodies attached to the Council of Europe and other international governmental organisations and their respective officials, should the appropriate authorities of such bodies or international governmental organisations so request. 2. The Act therefore stipulated that "all Pleas which shall be pleaded in [any] Courts whatsoever, before any of his Justices whatsoever, or in his other Places, or before any of His other Ministers whatsoever, or in the Courts and Places of any other Lords whatsoever within the Realm, shall be pleaded, shewed, defended, answered, debated, and judged in the English language, and that they be entered and inrolled in Latin".[2]. 2. 2. Travel and subsistence expenses incurred by judges of the Tribunal shall be refunded according to the rules in force in the Council and at the rates determined by the Committee of Ministers. 7. This provision shall not apply to judges and deputies continuing to hold office pursuant to paragraph 6 of this Article. The Tribunal shall be convened by the Chair. The Tribunal shall not be validly constituted unless a Chair and two judges or deputies are present. The observations of the Secretary General shall be communicated to the appellant, for the submission of whose reply, if any, a time-limit shall also be set by the Chair.