ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS*
OF AUGUST 26, 2010
CASE OF CANTOS V. ARGENTINA
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGEMENT
The Judgment on merits, reparations and costs issued by the Inter-American
Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Inter-American Court,” “the Court,” or “the
Tribunal”) on November 28, 2002 (hereinafter “the Judgment”).
The Order of the Inter-American Court of November 28, 2005; July 12, 2007, and
July 6, 2009, about the compliance with judgment. In this last Order the Tribunal stated:
[t]hat […] the State ha[d] complied with the following obligations:
refrain from charging Mr. José María Cantos the filing fee and late charge (operative
paragraph one of the Judgment); [and]
lift the attachments, general property encumbrances and other measures ordered
against the assets and commercial activities of Mr. José María Cantos to guarantee payment
of the court filing fee and the regulated professional fees (operative paragraph four of the
[t]hat […] the State ha[d] partially complied with the following obligation:
assume the payment of the fees and expenses corresponding to the experts
(operative paragraph three of the Judgment).
[t]hat […] the following obligations are pending compliance:
Judge Leonardo A. Franco, of Argentinean nationality, excused himself from knowing the compliance
with judgment of the present case, in conformity with articles 19(2) of the Statute, and 19 and 21 of the Rules
of Procedure of the Court, passed on its LXXXV Ordinary Period de Sessions, carried out from November 16 to
November 28, 2009, which was accepted by the Court.