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Origin of Law of Sea, Continental Shelf, and Rights of Coastal States in the ...

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For hundreds of years, the marine environment was free from regulation of fishing, shipping, and resource exploitation. Over time, coastal States....had an increased interest in national secur...

Case Study On The Grand Prince Case, 1st April, 2001

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Parties to the Case: Plaintiff: Belize v/s Defendant: France Cited Legislation: United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 - Judgment Bench: International Tribunal fo...

Provisions for Seafarers to get Compensation in cases of Death and Injury

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Every now and then we get to hear in the news that one or two Seafarers got injured or died whilst doing some work and that the Employer is denying for paying any Compensation to the Seafarer o...

South China Sea Dispute

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The South China Sea dispute is ostensibly over jurisdiction and sovereignty of islands, reefs and Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) in South China Sea. All the countries namely China, the Republic ...

International Maritime Disputes Of India

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In spite of clearly defined boundaries, maritime disputes are common where countries compete over inhabited and uninhabited islands. Sea as the most widely used means of trade and ...

Status of life in Oceans: Does life underwater provide sufficient protection

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It is a sad situation in the seas that, from where life arose and sustains, should now be in danger by the activities of another form of that life. But though the sea has changed in a sinister wa...

Global Panorama – Maritime Trade and Laws

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Today, almost every individual is affected due to the chaotic conditions being created out of COVID-19 effects, which is the fact acknowledged by all living on the land, for survival and otherwis...

Sailing Through The Pandemic: Impact Of Covid -19 On The Shipping Industry In...

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The topography of the Indian sub-continent has helped the country emerge as one of the largest and the most coveted players in the shipping industry. With 12 major ports and about 200 minor ports...

Carrier’s Liability in Carriages of Goods by Sea in India

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Shipping has always been the oldest mode of transport in India. It has also highly benefited the International Trade. In order to flourish the International Trade there must be an involvement in ...

The Law Of Seas

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1. The law of the Sea convention 1982The law of seas governs all the rules and regulations related to seas. The main aim of the law of seas is to ensure that the coastal state that the sea i...