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Author Name:    HAKAPAA, Kari

Title:   Marine Pollution in International Law : Material Obligations and Jurisdiction with Special Reference to the Third United Nations Conference on the Lawof the Sea (

Publisher:    Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Helsinki, 1981, ISBN:9514104021 

Seller ID:   103441

HAKAPAA, Kari. Marine Pollution in International Law : Material Obligationsand Jurisdiction with Special Reference to the Third United Nations Confer ence on the Law of the Sea. Helsinki : Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, 1981. First Edition. Pp. (16),[17]-341,(3). 8vo, light blue cardcoveres, lettered inblack. Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae, Dissertationes humanarum li tterarum, 28. Contents : Part I - The Background. 1. Introduction. 2. The Nature and Scope of Marine Pollution. 3. The Competing State Interests. PartII - The Material Obligations of a State tro Protect the Marine Environmen t Against Pollution. 4. Conventional Law. 5. Customary Rules and General Principles of Law. Part III - The Jurisdiction of a State to Protect the Marine Environment Against Pollution. 6. The Concept of Jurisdiction: General Overview. 7. Maritime Jurisdiction and Sovereign Immunity. 8. Internal Waters. 9. Territorial Sea. 10. Straits forming Part of Territorial Seas. 11. Archipelagic Waters. 12. Contiguous Zone. 13. Pollution Prevention Zones. 14.Exclusive Economic Zone. 15. Exceptionally Vulnerable Sea Areas: Internati onal Arrangements. 16. High Seas. 17. Continental Shelf. 18. Deep Sea-Bed. Conclusions. Some browning and light wear to covers, else very good. With errata slip and notice of public dissertation discussion inserted. 120.00

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