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The book covers the theory and practice of granting interim relief in the International Court of Justice, the Court of Justice of the European Communities and the American as well as the European Court of Human Rights. The main issues, namely questions of jurisdiction, urgency, irreparable damage, binding force and enforceability of interim measures are analyzed with special view to practice. The reports and the discussion clearly focus on the shortcomings of statute provisions and the difficulties resulting therefrom indicating at the same time means for remedying the outstanding problems in a way consistent with international law.