Claims of Kuwaiti Corporations
The most widespread and complete destruction resulting from Iraq’s 1990 invasion and occupation of Kuwait occurred in Kuwait itself. The completeness of the destruction made the massing of evidence to support claims difficult if not impossible, and presented fundamental fairness and due process issues for the panels of Commissioners charged with examining these claims. This chapter discusses the unique, impartial, and efficient application of mass claims techniques to this group of claims, and the innovative claims-processing procedures, largely by drawing on prior decisions of international legal tribunals and international accounting principles, that were employed by the panels of Commissioners to resolve these claims.
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