The ICJ is the only principal organ of the United Nations not to be assisted by the Secretary-General, who has no authority over the Court. The permanent administrative organ of the ICJ is thus not the UN Secretariat, but its Registry. Since the ICJ is both a court of justice and an international organ, the Registry’s tasks include both helping in the administration of justice — with sovereign States as litigants — and acting as an international secretariat.

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