Order of the
Inter-American Court of Human Rights
of November 17, 2004
Case of Garrido and Baigorria v. Argentina
(Monitoring Compliance with Judgment)
HAVING SEEN:
1.
The Judgment on merits that the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
(hereinafter “the Court” or “the Inter-American Court”) delivered on February 2,
1996, wherein it decided, inter alia,
1.
To take note of the acceptance made by Argentina of the acts stated in the
application.
2.
To take note as well of Argentina's acceptance of international responsibility for
those acts.
3.
To grant the parties a period of six months from the date of the […] judgment
to reach an agreement on reparations and compensation.
[…]

2.
The Judgment on reparations, delivered by the Court on August 27, 1998,
where it decided:
1.
To set at US$111,000.00 or the equivalent in national currency the sum that
the Argentine State [was to] pay as reparations to the next of kin of Mr. Adolfo Garrido,
and US$64,000.00 or its equivalent in national currency as reparations to the next of kin
of Raúl Baigorria. These payments [were] to be made by the State in the form and
under the conditions set forth in the body of [the] judgment.
2.
To set at US$45,500.00 or the equivalent in national currency the sum that the
State [was to] pay to the victims’ families to reimburse them for costs incurred as a
result of [the] process; of this amount, US$20,000.00 or the equivalent in national
currency [were for] attorneys’ fees for attorneys Carlos Varela-Álvarez and Diego J.
Lavado.
3.
That the Argentine State [was to] search for and identify the two natural
children of Mr. Raúl Baigorria, by every means possible.
4.
That the Argentine State [was to] investigate the facts leading to the
disappearance of Adolfo Garrido and Raúl Baigorria and prosecute and punish their
authors, accomplices, accessories after the fact and all those who may have had some
part in [the] events.
5.
That the payments stipulated in operative paragraphs 1 and 2 [were to] be
made within six months from the date of notification of [the] judgment.
6.
That the compensation and reimbursement of costs ordered in [the] judgment
[were to] be exempt from any national, provincial or municipal tax or duty.
7.
To supervise compliance with [the] judgment and close the case only after such
compliance.

3.
The submissions that the State of the Argentine Republic (hereinafter “the
State” or “Argentina”), the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

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