1 edition of Civil liability for marine oil pollution damage found in the catalog.
Civil liability for marine oil pollution damage
by Kluwer Law International, Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers, Turpin Distribution in Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, Frederick, MD, Biggleswade
Written in English
|Series||Energy and environmental law & policy series -- v. 19, Energy and environmental law & policy series -- v. 19.|
|LC Classifications||K956 .W36 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 411 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||2011290590|
Mar 23, · Objectives: To adopt uniform international rules and procedures for determining questions of liability and providing adequate, prompt and effective compensation in cases of damage caused by pollution resulting from the escape or discharge of bunker oil from ships. Summary of provisions: The Convention was adopted in the framework of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), and is to. MARINE POLLUTION (CONTROL AND CIVIL LIABILITY) ACT 6 OF To provide for the protection of the marine environment from pollution by oil and other harmful substances, and for that purpose to provide for the prevention and combating of pollution of the sea by oil and other harmful substances; to .
In some specific instances, the UN Secretariat has the discretion not to publish certain elements of a treaty in the UNTS. In contrast to the Limited Publication Policy when the full text of an agreement may not be reproduced in the UNTS in its entirety, the objective of applying the partial publication method to a particular situation is to speed up the publishing effort by e.g. excluding. In March , the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage was adopted following a diplomatic conference at the International Maritime Organization.
Mar 31, · International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, (CLC ) 1 Introduction. The CLC , from which the CLC originates, was a direct consequence of the pollution of the shores of the United Kingdom and France resulting from the grounding on 18 March of the Torrey Canyon on Pollard Rock, off the English coast between the Isles of Scilly to the . MARINE DEPARTMENT APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE OR OTHER FINANCIAL SECURITY IN RESPECT OF CIVIL LIABILITY FOR BUNKER OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE In accordance with Article 7 of the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage.
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This remarkable book (the first in-depth examination of the civil liability regime for marine oil pollution damage from a law and economics perspective) examines the efficiency and effectiveness of the regime, with particular attention to whether it is in fact designed in the public interest or merely a distribution of risks and costs among interested blogorazzia.com: Wang Hui.
This remarkable book - the first in-depth examination of the civil liability regime for marine oil pollution damage from a law and economics perspective - examines the efficiency and effectiveness. Get this from a library. Civil liability for marine oil pollution damage: a comparative and economic study of the international, US and the Chinese compensation regime.
[Hui Wang]. Therefore, this paper focused on the analysis of the status and the weakness of Vietnam legal system on civil liability for oil pollution damage caused by ships.
In order to find out solutions for such improvement of the legal system, this paper focuses on the systematic analysis of the Chinese laws of civil liability for oil pollution damage caused by ships. sating damage caused by oil pollution from ships.
The international system, represented by the Civil Liability Convention and the Fund Conventionhad achieved widespread acceptance, with the notable exception of the United States, the world's largest importer of oil. In order to bring compensa. This concept is based on the logic of claiming that the damage is incurred.
Compensation must be paid for pollution of the sea or the environment. Liability is realized by international conventions on marine pollution. The CLC convention was the first liability contract for pollution caused by oil. above all, uniform law rules on civil liability for oil pollution damage relating to the marine environment have been updated.
It is mainly the latter aspect which is dealt with in the following pages. In this sense, the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (CLC), whose original version was adopted inwill.
LIABILITY & COMPENSATION FOR POLLUTION DAMAGE. 1 Dealing with marine pollution, whether at sea or on the shore, can be a protracted and expensive business. Initially, the costs of clean up operations fall on the bodies incurring them. 2 This appendix gives a brief description of the ways that those involved in.
Jul 04, · The International Maritime Organization's (IMO) International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, ( CLC) was created to ensure that adequate compensation is available to cover oil pollution damage resulting from maritime casualties involving oil-carrying ships.
The Convention places the liability for such damage on the owner of the ship from which the polluting oil escaped. The Civil Liability Convention was adopted to ensure that adequate compensation is available to persons who suffer oil pollution damage resulting from maritime casualties involving oil-carrying ships.
Oil tankers are not the only vessels that have caused oil pollution at sea. Numerous spills in the past have been of heavy fuel oil from non-tankers. However, the international liability and compensation regime covered only oil pollution damage caused by oil blogorazzia.com: Ling Zhu.
The Conventions as amended are to be known as the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage,and the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage, Jul 04, · The Marine Liability Act (MLA) is the principal legislation dealing with the liability of shipowners and ship operators in relation to passengers, cargo, pollution and property damage.
Its intent is to set limits of liability and establish uniformity by balancing the. The International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, (the Bunkers Convention) was adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in March The aim of the Bunkers Convention is to ensure the availability of adequate, prompt and effective compensation to persons who suffer pollution damage caused by Cited by: 5.
causes pollution damage or creates a grave and imminent threat of causing such damage. “Organisation“ means the International Maritime Organisation. “ Liability Convention” means the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, For States Parties to the Protocol of to that Convention, the term.
The International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, ( CLC) was adopted by the International Maritime Organization to make shipowners strictly liable for oil pollution damage from the ship and thus ensuring that compensation is available.
The CLC covers ships carrying persistent oil as cargo (i.e. tankers). Jun 26, · Federal laws of canada. This is to certify that there is in force in respect of the above-named ship a policy of insurance or other financial security satisfying the requirements of Article VII of the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, Abstract.
The legal regime with respect to the civil liability for marine oil pollution at the international level was originally established through two international conventions, being the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (the CLC) and the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Cited by: 5.
POLLUTION BY SHIPS AND CIVIL LIABILITY FOR. OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE IN SOUTH AFRICAN MARINE. AND COASTAL WATERS _____ A dissertation presented for the approval of Senate in fulfilment of part of the requirements for the Degree of Extent of risk of oil pollution in the marine and coastal waters of South Africa 4.
The Civil Liability Convention ( CLC) governs the liability of shipowners for oil pollution damage. Under this Convention, the registered shipowner has strict liability for pollution damage caused by the escape or discharge of persistent oil from his ship.
This means that he is liable even in the absence of fault on his part. French criminal courts in the Erika case have interpreted the international civil and criminal liability regimes in a radical, though inspiring, way.
This article analyzes the approach of the French courts with regard to criminal liability for oil marine pollution, channelling of civil liability and claims for environmental damage per se.The International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage,renewed in and often referred to as the CLC Convention, is an international maritime treaty admistered by the International Maritime Organization that was adopted to ensure that adequate compensation would be available where oil pollution damage was caused by maritime casualties involving oil tankers (i.e.
ships that carry oil .IMO IE Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, Edition. When it became clear that the Protocols of to the CLC Convention and to the Fund Convention were unlikely to come into force in the foreseeable future, because an insufficient number of States had adopted them, new, slightly amended protocols were drafted with lower requirements for entry into blogorazzia.com: Maryland Nautical Sales Inc.