The EFTA Court has determined that the oral pleadings in the case of the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) against Iceland in the Icesave dispute will take place on September 18, 2012, as reported last week.
The written pleadings will have been completed by then; the third and final round is currently ongoing with input from a third party, a press release from the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs states.
The European Commission, which was given permission to intercede in the case, has now handed in a report.
Previously some other states used their right to submit written remarks on the case, in which Norway and Liechtenstein support some of Iceland’s arguments.
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