Latin America and the Development of the Law of the Sea: Regional Documents and National Legislation, Volume 1
This two binder set provides essays and substantive legislation and materials on the contributions of the Latin American states to the develpment of international sea law. National legislation is provided on a country-by-country basis. Some of the topics discussed include, among others, fishing regulations, permits for foreign fishing vessels, enforcement of the 200 mile claims.
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A Study of the Contribution of the Latin American States
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12 miles 200-mile claims A/CONF abstentions adopted agreement Argentina arguments Bolivia Brazil breadth Caracas Chapter Chile co-sponsored coast coastal Colombia concept Conference contiguous zone Continental Shelf contribution Costa Rica Declaration Decree Delegation delimitation Derecho Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador epicontinental sea established exclusive economic zone exploitation extended Fisheries foreign freedom of navigation Guatemala High Seas Honduras IACJ IAJC Ibid included instruments Inter-American International Law issued ITEM NUMBERS juridical jurisdiction Jurists land-locked Latin American countries Latin American position legislation Lima living resources marine maritime areas maritime zones Meeting Mexican Mexico Montevideo natural resources Nicaragua NUMBERS IN BIBLIOGRAPHY ocean Official Records outer limit Panama Paraguay patrimonial sea patrimonialists Peru Peruvian principles proposal regime region Resolution Salvador Santiago Sea-Bed Committee Session sovereignty sub-regional SUBJECT MATTER subsoil territorial sea territorial waters territorialists Treaty U.N. Leg unilateral claims United Uruguay Venezuela vessels