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EXTAVOUR, Winston Conrad. The Exclusive Economic Zone : A Study of the Evolution and Progressive Development of the International Law of the Sea. Genève : Institut Universitaire de hautes études internationales / [Leiden : Sijthoff] 1979. First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xv,(1),1-369,(3). Tables in text. 8vo, bluecloth, gilt lettering to spine. No. 5 in the Collection de Droit International series. The "Leiden" and Sijthoff" information is only those two words on the front of the dustjacket. Contents :Introductory Chapter. I.Coastal State Jurisdiction in Adjacent Waters : Origins and Early Evolutio n. 1. The Evolution of the Notion of the Territorial Sea. 2. The Evolution of the Notion of the Contiguous Zone. 3. The Contiguous Zone and Fisheries Jurisdiction. Part I - The Genesis of the Concept of the Exclusive EconomicZone. II. Developments in State Practice after the 1930 Hague Codification Conference. 1. State Practice immediately following the 1930 Conference. 2 . The Truman Proclamations of 28th September, 1945. 3. The Progeny of the Truman Proclamations. III. Codification in the Framework of the United Nations Organisation. 1. The Concept of Exclusive Fisheries Rights in the International Law Commission. 2. The Concept of Exclusive Fisheries Rights at the1958 and 1960 Geneva Conferences. 3. The Contribution of the Geneva Confer ences to the Concept of Exclusive Fisheries Jurisdiction. IV. Major Developments in the Law of the Sea after the two Geneva Conferences. 1. Jurisdictional Claims in the Wake of the Conferences. 2. The Adoption of MultilateralInstruments. Part II - The Elaboration of the Concept of the Exclusive Eco nomic Zone. V. The Emergence of the Concept of the Exclusive Economic Zone in the United Nations. 1. The Background History of the Concept in the Third UN Conference on the Law of the Sea. 2. Defining the Concept of the Exclusive Economic Zone. VI. The Proposed Rights and Duties of the Coastal Statein the "Exclusive Economic Zone." 1. General Enumeration of the Rights, Ju risdiction and Duties of the Coastal State. 2. The Living and Non-Living Resources of the Sea-Bed, Subsoil and Superjacent Waters. 3. Exclusive Rightsand Jurisdiction over Artificial Islands, Installations and Structures. 4. Scientific Research. 5. Jurisdiction with Regard to the Preservation of th e Marine Environment. 6. Sovereign Rights with Regard to the Non-Living Resources of the Exclusive Economic Zone. 7. Other Rights and Duties Provided for in the Convention. VII. The Rights and Duties of other States in the Exclusive Economic Zone. 1. The Rrights and Duties attributed to the Generality of States. 2. Tne Rights and Duties attributed to Specific Groups of States. 3. The Problem of "Residual" Rights in the Exclusive Economic Zone. VIII. Reflections on the Current Law of Coastal State Resource Jurisdiction. 1. The Twelve-Mile Exclusive Fishery Zone. 2. The Legal Validity of the 200-Mile Claims. 3. The "Patrimonial Sea" Concept. General Conclusions and Prospects. Postscript. Creasing to edges of upper margin of about fifty papes,owner's name, owner's blindstamp on title page, else very good. 170.00
Title: Exclusive Economic Zone : A Study of the Evolution and Progressive Development of the International Law of the Sea.
Publisher: Institut Universitaire de hautes études internationales,, Genève / Geneva, 1979, ISBN:9028608389:
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