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By Keyuan Zou

ISBN-10: 142945332X

ISBN-13: 9781429453325

ISBN-10: 9004144234

ISBN-13: 9789004144231

Being one of many greatest coastal States on the earth, China’s marine felony process is critical within the total improvement of the overseas legislation of the ocean. This ebook makes a speciality of the institution and improvement of China’s marine criminal approach within the context of the recent legislations of the ocean based at the 1982 United international locations conference at the legislation of the ocean, which China ratified in 1996. It contains 5 components referring to, respectively, a common survey of China’s marine criminal process, navigation and maritime safeguard, marine assets administration, marine environmental security and marine clinical examine. China’s simple marine legislation and laws are mentioned and assessed intimately in the course of the ebook. The booklet is of curiosity to legal professionals, even if training or educational, officers in nationwide governments and overseas firms and scholars and students in academia, who're drawn to overseas legislations, diplomacy and ocean affairs.

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3 of the Yangtze River Regulations. 41 This application should be made 1 week before the foreign vessel enters the Yangtze River and should be sent through a port agent to the Harbour Superintendence Administration located in the port where the foreign vessel intends to arrive. Twenty-four hours before it passes through the port of Shanghai, the vessel should report to the port of arrival and the port of Shanghai her expected time of passage, size of the vessel, and other relevant information. Foreign vessels, when they are in the Yangtze River, should hoist the Chinese national flag at the top of the front mast and their own national flags at the stern.

20 Chapter 1 New Legislation The China Ocean Agenda 21 has noted that China’s marine legal system is not yet perfect, and that much remains to be done to make it complete. The laws and regulations already formulated and implemented are mostly special-purpose industrial ones. 55 Air source pollution, for example, which should be controlled in accordance with the LOS Convention, has not been covered in China’s relevant laws until very recently. The Chinese marine legal system needs improvements in existing laws and regulations and new legislation to make it complete.

4 For details on the rise and decline of China’s sea power in early years, see Gang Deng, Maritime Sector, Institutions, and Sea Power of Premodern China (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1999), 163–219. Navigation of Foreign Vessels 27 nautical-mile territorial sea and 12-nauticle-mile contiguous zone. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, China began to pay attention to the supervision and control of foreign vessels in China’s waters. In particular, since 1978 China has launched its epoch-making economic reform and open-door policy, and one of the aims in the overall state policy has been to rebuild and improve China’s legal system in line with the development of international law as well as the need of economic development and international trade.

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