Legal status of the united nations – International Law -The International Court of Justice considered the legal l status of the United Nations in its advisory opinion in a suit for compensation for injuries sustained in the service of the United Nations. The Court was of the view that the states which have established it have the power to bring into existence an entity having an international personality in accordance with international law. The United Nations has a distinct legal personality.
Article 26, 43(3), 57(1), 63(1), 75, 77, 79 have provisions relating to legal personality under international law of the United Nations.
The provisions relating to the legal personality of the members of the United Nations under the national laws are contained in Articles 104 and 105 of the Charter.