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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, having decided in Judgment No. 1997–1 (Ms. “C”, Applicant v. International Monetary Fund, Respondent , August 22, 1997) that: “ … the Applicant shall be awarded reasonable costs of her legal representation. In the circumstances, compensable costs shall be agreed between Applicant and the Fund. In the event that agreement cannot be reached, the Tribunal will assess costs having regard to the submissions of the Applicant and of the Fund.”, and having issued Order No. 1997–1, interpreting

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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, having received a request by the Fund for an interpretation of certain parts of Judgment No. 1997–1, ( Ms. “C”, Applicant v. International Monetary Fund, Respondent , August 22, 1997), and having regard to the limited authority to interpret its judgments conferred upon the Tribunal by Article XVII 1 of the Statute of the Administrative Tribunal and Rule XX 2 of the Rules of Procedure, and having considered the views of the Fund and the Applicant concerning the Fund’s request

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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, Considering that Mr. “P” filed an Application with the Administrative Tribunal, dated November 20, 1998, in which he challenged the decision of the Administration Committee of the Staff Retirement Plan to withhold part of his monthly pension payments pending the resolution of a dispute relating to a domestic relations matter; and Considering further that the Tribunal has been informed that on March 19, 1999 the Administration Committee reversed its decision to withhold part of his monthly

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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, having decided in Mr. “F”, Applicant v. International Monetary Fund, Respondent , IMFAT Judgment No. 2005–1 (March 18, 2005), paras. 123–124 and Decision, para. 4, that the Fund shall pay Applicant the reasonable costs of his legal representation in accordance with Article XIV, Section 4 1 of the Tribunal’s Statute, and having considered Applicant’s statement of costs and the Fund’s response, unanimously adopts the following decision: First: The Administrative Tribunal has reviewed

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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, having received a request from Respondent for an interpretation of Mr. “F”, Applicant v. International Monetary Fund, Respondent , IMFAT Judgment No. 2005–1 (March 18, 2005), and having considered Respondent’s request and Applicant’s response, unanimously adopts the following decision: Introduction 1. In Mr. “F”, Applicant v. International Monetary Fund, Respondent , IMFAT Judgment No. 2005–1 (March 18, 2005), Applicant contested the decision to abolish his position, resulting in

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The Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund,

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Introduction 1. On December 5 and 6, 2005, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the matter pending in the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by seven of its staff members. 2. Applicants, in identical Applications, contest as arbitrary and an abuse of discretion the IMF Executive Board’s January 24, 2005 decision expanding the range of discretion that it may exercise in setting the annual

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1. On May 3, 4 and 5, 1995, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, comprised of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to hear the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “S”, a staff member of the Fund. The Procedure 2. On August 3, 1994, Ms. “S” filed an Application with the Tribunal. In accordance with the Rules of Procedure, the Fund, on August 8, 1994, was notified of the Application. In response to an inquiry by counsel of the Fund, the

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Introduction 1. On November 27, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the Motion for Summary Dismissal of the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “AA”, a former staff member of the Fund. 2. Applicant contests the decision not to convert her fixed-term appointment to a regular staff position. Applicant further maintains that, during her employment, she was subjected to