3 edition of Relevant circumstances and maritime delimitation found in the catalog.
Relevant circumstances and maritime delimitation
Malcolm D. Evans
|Statement||Malcolm D. Evans.|
|Series||Oxford monographs in international law|
|LC Classifications||JX4143 .E93 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||88025865|
Relevant circumstances Malcolm Evans; The case law's handling of issues concerning third states Naomi Burke O'Sullivan; The disproportionality test in the law of maritime delimitation Yoshifumi Tanaka; The delimitation of the continental shelf beyond nm: procedural issues Signe V. Busch; The delimitation of the continental Brand: Cambridge University Press. In determining the maritime boundary line, in default of any delimitation agreement within the meaning of UNCLOS Articles 74 the Court may, should relevant circumstances so suggest, adjust the provisional equidistance line to ensure an equitable Size: 28MB.
This book provides a complete overview of the jurisprudence on maritime delimitation. Each case is presented under a series of identical headings, so as simultaneously to provide the reader with a complete analysis of the individual case and a uniform measure of comparison with other cases. The headings are as follows: geographical context; submissions and arguments of the parties; specific 4/5(1). The papers deal with various aspects of maritime delimitation: the jurisprudence of international courts and tribunals and their relevance for delimitation, the impact of the Law of the Sea Convention, the role of legal practitioners and diplomatic negotiators, and delimitation under particular geological circumstances and in geographically.
Bahrain case, the Court followed the approach taken in previous cases and found that “the equidistance/special circumstances rule, which is applicable in particular to the delimitation of the territorial sea, and the equitable principles/relevant circumstances rule, as it has been developed since in case-law and State practice with. of the Proceedings between Eritrea and Yemen (Maritime Delimitation), Decision of 17 December International Court of Justice, Maritime Delimitation and Territorial Questions between Qatar and Bahrain, Merits, Judgment of 16 March , I.C.J. Reports , p.
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Focusing on the role that "relevant circumstances" have come to play within the area of maritime boundary delimitation, this book examines the conceptual basis of seabed jurisdiction and the historical development of delimitation criteria as well as the factors associated with. Relevant circumstances and maritime delimitation.
Oxford: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Evans, Malcolm D. (Malcolm David), Relevant circumstances and maritime delimitation. Oxford: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
This book seeks to shed light on maritime boundary delimitation by examining it as a process and focusing upon the role that "relevant circumstances" have come to play within it.
It discusses the far reaching implications for the economic well-being and political relationships of states. Relevant Circumstances and Maritime Delimitation (Oxford Monographs in International Law) [Malcolm D.
Evans] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Focusing on the role that relevant circumstances have come to play within the area of maritime boundary delimitationCited by: Equidistance/Relevant circumstances can be established as the Relevant circumstances and maritime delimitation book rule in the law of maritime delimitation after more than forty years of legal uncertainty and unpredictability.
In order to arrive at this conclusion, it was necessary to ascertain if the law of maritime delimitation has gained more consistency and predictability since. This book seeks to shed light on maritime boundary delimitation by examining it as a process and focusing upon the role that "relevant circumstances" have come to play within it.
It discusses the far reaching implications for the economic well-being and political relationships of states.5/5(1).
Evans, M. D., Relevant Circumstances and Maritime Delimitation (Oxford University Press Oxford ). Fietta, S., ‘ International Court of Justice Judgment on Sovereignty over Disputed Islands, and Delimitation of the Territorial Sea, Exclusive Economic Zone, and Continental Shelf Guyana/Suriname ’ () American Journal of.
The process of delimitation of international maritime boundaries relies to a large extent on adequate depiction of maritime zones on maps. Technological advances and tools are to be used to draw boundary lines, reduce risks of errors and thus ensure accurate and stable agreed boundaries.
Without rules on maritime delimitation in spaces where coastal State jurisdictions overlap, coastal States cannot enjoy the legal uses of maritime spaces effectively.
Hence the law of maritime delimitation is of paramount importance in the law of the sea. In this regard, particular attention must be drawn to. An equidistance line is usually seen as the most equitable starting point for any delimitation.
The ‘relevant circumstances’ that have been produced by custom are similar to the ‘special circumstances’ seen in GCCS Article 6. Accordingly, delimitation of the continental shelf is usually done in three stages. The entire book is intended to lend support for this theory as well as to suggest how maritime boundary delimitation might better reflect it in practice.
Inevitably, this means that many of the discussions familiar to scholars and practitioners working in this field are not addressed in quite the way that might be : Malcolm D Evans. This book provides a user-friendly and practical guide to the modern law of maritime boundary delimitation. The law of maritime boundaries has seen substantial evolution in recent decades.
The book provides a comprehensive overview of the law in this field, and its development through the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which Pages: The maritime delimitation process is a complicated subject, because of both the number of real and potential situations throughout the world, and the complexities of the delimitation by: 3.
The relevant circumstances included dispro- portionate coastal lengths (paras. ), the enclosed nature of the Black Sea and existing maritime delimitations in the region (paras.
), the presence of Serpents' Island in the delimitation area (paras. ), the Cited by: 4. Boundary delimitation (or simply delimitation) is the drawing of boundaries, particularly of electoral precincts, states, counties or other municipalities. In the context of elections, it can be called redistribution and is used to prevent unbalance of population across districts.
In the United States, it is called nced or discriminatory delimitation is called "gerrymandering.". In the conclusion, after carefully examining the methods, principles and relevant circumstances of maritime delimitation, the author will try to ascertain which methods, principles and Author: Nugzar Dundua.
Relevant circumstances / Malcolm Evans; The case law's handling of issues concerning third states / Naomi Burke O'Sullivan; The disproportionality test in the law of maritime delimitation / Yoshifumi Tanaka; The delimitation of the continental shelf beyond nm: procedural issues / Signe V.
Busch; The delimitation of the continental shelf. Delimitation of the Maritime Boundaries between the adjacent maritime delimitation should be effected by taking into Relevant Circumstances Maritime delimitation process is dominated by File Size: KB.
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) codified principles and rules on the delimitation of the territorial sea, the continental shelf and the exclusive economic zone, require that the delimitation must be equitable; all the relevant circumstances must be taken into account, and the delimitation shall be effected by.
These are maritime boundaries whose delimitation was based on criteria other than equidistance. The choice of alternative methods was apparently necessary in order to achieve an equitable solution.
There are many forms of relevant circumstances which might be used as a basis for such a boundary, but I shall describe just a by: 6. In The Continental Shelf Beyond Nautical Miles, Bjarni Már Magnússon explores various aspects of the establishment of the outer limits of the continental shelf beyond nautical miles and maritime boundary l emphasis is laid on the interplay between these processes and the role of coastal States, the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf and Cited by: 4.Delimitation of the maritime boundary up to ‘point G’ Delimitation of the maritime boundary beyond ‘point G’ Applicable law and methodology; Base points; Relevant circumstances; Oil practice of the parties; Conclusion and identification of ‘point X’ Cameroon’s claims against Nigeria in respect of certain boundary incidents.This chapter discusses issues related to maritime boundary delimitation, relevant coasts, circumstances which are sufficiently relevant to be special, and proportionality.
Keywords: maritime boundaries, delimitation, United Nations Conference, exclusive economic zone, continental shelf, international law, equidistance, equitable.