Order of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights* of July 6, 2009 Case of Cantos v. Argentina (Monitoring Compliance with Judgment) Having Seen: 1. The Judgment on merits, reparations, and costs of November 28, 2002 (hereinafter “the Judgment”) delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter “the Court” or “the Inter-American Court”). 2. The Order of the Inter-American Court of November 28, 2005 regarding compliance with Judgment, whereby it declared: 1. [that] in conformity with Considering clause eight of the […] Order, that State has complied with the stipulations of operative paragraph five of the Judgment […] on the payment of expenses generated by the international proceeding before the Inter-American system for the protection of human rights[;] 2. [t]hat it will maintain open the proceeding for monitoring compliance with the paragraphs pending fulfillment in the instant case. […] 3. The Order of the Inter-American Court of July 12, 2007 on compliance with the Judgment, whereby it reiterated: 1. [t]hat it will maintain open the proceeding for monitoring compliance with the aspects pending fulfillment in the instant case, namely: a) “refrain from charging Mr. José María Cantos the filing fee and late charge” (operative paragraph one of the Judgment of November 28, 2002); b) “set at a reasonable sum the professional fees regulated in case C-1099 of the Supreme Court of Argentina, as stipulated in paragraphs 70(b) and 74 [of the Judgment;]” (operative paragraph two of the Judgment of November 28, 2002); * Judge Leonardo A. Franco, of Argentinean nationality, excused himself from hearing the monitoring of compliance with the instant case, in conformity with Articles 19(2) of the Court’s Statutes and Article 20 of Court’s Rules of Procedure.