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Part II : Constitution of the international prize court - Art. 20.
Art. 20. The judges on the International Prize Court are entitled to travelling allowances in accordance with the regulations in force in their own country, and in addition receive, while the Court is sitting or while they are carrying out duties conferred upon them by the Court, a sum of 100 Netherlands florins ' per diem '.
These payments are included in the general expenses of the Court dealt with in Article 47, and are paid through the International Bureau established by the Convention of the 29 July 1899.
The judges may not receive from their own Government or from that of any other Power any remuneration in their capacity of members of the Court.

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