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Limits to national jurisdiction over the sea

by George T. Yates

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Published by University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Territorial waters.,
  • Continental shelf.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by George T. Yates, III, and John Hardin Young. With the collaboration of George D. Billock, Jr.
    SeriesVirginia legal studies
    ContributionsYoung, John Hardin, joint ed., Billock, George D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX4131 .Y37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 236 p.
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5043332M
    ISBN 100813905729
    LC Control Number74003036

    International law of the sea is a law of maritime space that peacefully settles the global disputes on maritime boundary between or among the States and defines various jurisdictions of the Author: Arif Ahmed.   The US, in , was the first to proclaim jurisdiction over the natural resources of its continental shelf "beneath the high seas" (that is, beyond US territorial limits). Other nations were quick to follow suit, many of them seeking to extend their jurisdiction over fisheries.

    Regulatory Jurisdiction over Living Marine Resources. Within national jurisdiction; Beyond national jurisdiction; Enforcement Jurisdiction over Living Marine Resources under International Law; The Obligation for States to take Conservation Measures with Respect to Living Marine Resources. Within national Author: Kevin Aquilina. jurisdiction (and, therefore, inspection), e.g., products prepared for human consumption that contain meat or poultry ingredients in relatively small proportions, or are not considered by consumers to be products of the meat or poultry industry.

    Under the Convention, a coastal State is entitled to a territorial sea, of up to 12 nm over which it exercises sovereignty, 2 subject to the right of innocent passage for international navigations; a contiguous zone of up to 24 nm in which it can enforce its customs, fiscal and sanitary laws; 3 an exclusive economic zone up to nm in which. Marine Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ), commonly called the high seas, are those areas of ocean for which no one nation has sole responsibility for management. In all, these make up 40 percent of the surface of our planet, comprising 64 percent of the .


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