Lawyers, other representatives, expert(s), tribunal’s secretary
Concurring Opinion of Judge Brower to Amendment to Decision
In a Decision of 19 December 1983 the Tribunal appointed and set forth the terms of reference for an expert in this case by a majority vote (Judge Richard M. Mosk dissented). Although I had been appointed to the Tribunal at that time I had not yet taken office and hence did not participate in the deliberation or issuance of the 19 December Decision. Taking as a fact therefore the existence of the 19 December Decision, it is reasonable that it apply in respect of each of the two Respondents whose property appears from the record to be concerned but no further. I therefore concur in the Tribunal's Amendment to Decision.
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