The Territorial Sea

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American Institute of International Law, 1930 - Maritime law - 177 pages
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Contents

HISTORY Chapter I
3
The obstacles in Rome
4
The exploitation of the sea at that time
5
Manner of regulation in medieval times
6
The situation at the beginning of the 16th century
7
Fisheries
13
SECTION PAC 44 Other recent treaties
19
General remarks
20
The replies from the States on these bases
73
The present situation and our task
77
Book III
78
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SOLUTIONS Chapter I
79
What the Convention should say about this
85
Chapter II
86
And in the air above them
87
The subsoil of the territorial sea
88

Chapter IV
22
Hugo Grotius
23
Surland and Vattel
24
Property and sovereignty
25
A classification by Fauchille
26
Right of ownership
27
Dominium
28
Right of sovereignty
29
Limited territorial supremacy
30
A right of sovereignty
31
The necessity of selecting an exact term
32
Book II
33
CODIFICATION Chapter I
35
David Dudley Field
36
Fiore
37
Internoscia
39
Arnaud
41
Pessoa
42
General remarks
44
Chapter II
45
The debates which ensued
46
yy The new project of 1928
48
The differences between both
49
The projects of the International Law Association
50
Discussions in regard to these projects
51
The Spanish Military Congress of 1892
52
Work and projects of the Research Committee of the Harvard University Law School
53
General remarks
55
Chapter III
56
The provisions of its Project on national domain
57
Its Project on jurisdiction
58
Its Project on freedom of transit
59
The Project on neutrality
60
The provisions contained in regard to this matter in the Code of Private International Law
61
Chapter IV
63
SECTION PAGE 201 The International Waters Office 129
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Remarks by a member of the Committee Mr Barbosa de Magalhaes
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Those made by another member Mr George W Wickersham
67
Remarks made by some States
70
Their application to the proposed convention
89
Chapter III
90
The resolutions of the Commission of Jurists of Rio de Janeiro
91
Boundary rivers and channels
92
The limit in the case of ports
93
Cases where there is more than one coastal State
94
Arguments on the latter
95
Summary
96
Chapter IV
97
Official opinions as to the maximum breadth of the entrance to a bay
98
Contiguous frontier bays
99
Ports
100
International straits
101
Official opinions
102
Discrepancies among fundamental ideas
103
Determining the concept of the territorial
104
not one of preservation
105
Nor one of servitude
106
The different names that are assigned to
107
The different kinds of property of a State
108
Sovereignty
109
regard to these Projects 60
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It is not strictly necessary
130
Other reasons against it
131
Belligerency and neutrality
132
Chapter IX
133
The right to adhesion
135
The deposit of ratifications Denunciation
136
Chapter X
138
The danger of the word jurisdictional
139
The territorial sea
140
Chapter XI
141
Conclusion
147
Bibliography
149
no A look into some of the contrary arguments 1n The objection of inoffensive passage 79
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Alphabetical index
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