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Places of refuge for ships in distress

Anthony P. Morrison

Places of refuge for ships in distress

problems and methods of resolution

by Anthony P. Morrison

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Published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Safety measures,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Safety regulations,
  • Shipping,
  • Marine pollution,
  • Harbors of refuge,
  • Maritime law,
  • Harbors

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Anthony P. Morrison
    SeriesLegal aspects of sustainable development -- 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK4198 .M67 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25299502M
    ISBN 109789004218895, 9789004218888
    LC Control Number2012014907

    AUTHOR_NOYES MACRO 1/26/ PM PLACES OF REFUGE FOR SHIPS JOHN E. NOYES∗ PLACES OF REFUGE FOR SHIPS: EMERGING ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS OF A MARITIME CUSTOM (Aldo Chircop & Olof Linden eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers ). I. INTRODUCTION The damaged tankers Erika and Prestige, denied access to ports or other places of refuge. Places of refuge for ships in distress is a topic before the International Maritime Organization as a result of several recent well-publicized refusals by maritime authorities of coastal states to allow such ships to enter sheltered waters within national jurisdiction. The traditional right of refuge of the crew, ship, and cargo is pitted.

    [Show full abstract] of the Republic of Croatia has initiated a project for developing an effective \“Decision Support System (DSS) for defining the places of refuge for ships in distress at sea. By means of the Ordinance on Places of Refuge and the Plan for Accommodation of Ships in Need of Assistance, Croatia fulfilled the requirements of Directive /59/EC and IMO Resolution A(23) to resolve the issue of places of refuge for ships in need of assistance, thus contributing towards solving this sensitive and complex segment in the harmonisation of Croatian legislation with.

    In November the IMO Assembly adopted Guidelines on Places of Refuge for Ships in Need of Assistance following a two-year deliberation period. The Guidelines were adopted in the wake of the highly publicized ERIKA, CASTOR and PRESTIGE incidents and at the same time as the European Union adopted a regional policy on places of refuge. This paper discusses the problem of places of refuge .   Every year, thousands of migrants and asylum seekers undertake perilous journeys at sea in search of safety, refuge from persecution, or simply better economic conditions international maritime law, vessel masters have an obligation to render assistance to those in distress at sea. 2 In most circumstances, the embarkation of distressed persons present numerous logistical and political.


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The problem of places of refuge for ships in distress is a pressing issue in maritime circles. Places of Refuge for Ships Places of refuge for ships in distress book Distress by Anthony Morrison examines the problem in the context of international and national law and analyses the remedies that have been suggested for resolving this troubling issue.

The book examines places of refuge under international law, the laws Cited by: 7. The book examines places of refuge under international law, the laws of four major maritime States and the European Union. Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress analyses two proposed solutions - voluntary guidelines and a new convention.

The book asserts that additional solutions are needed and examines potential : Anthony Morrison. The problem of places of refuge for ships in distress is a pressing issue in maritime circles. Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress by Anthony Morrison examines the problem in the context of international and national law and analyses the remedies that have been suggested for resolving this troubling issue.

The book examines places of refuge under international law, the laws. Download Places Of Refuge For Ships Books For Free in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, The need for specific legal arrangements governing ships in distress and places of refuge is one of the most topical problems in both public and private maritime law today.

The headline-grabbing shipping disasters involving the loss of the Erika () and the Prestige. Book Description. The need for specific legal arrangements governing ships in distress and places of refuge is one of the most topical problems in both public and private maritime law.

The headline grabbing shipping disasters involving the loss of the Erika () and the Prestige () attracted the attention of the IMO, the Comité Maritime. "Chapter Four Access to Ports by Ships in Distress in International Law" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Nijhoff.

During the debate on places of refuge, the legal issues surrounding this concept were analysed and the question was asked whether a coastal State is under an obligation, or at least is not precluded, under international law, from providing a place (where a ship can be taken when it is disabled, damaged or otherwise in distress and is posing a.

BOOK REVIEW - PLACES OF REFUGE FOR SHIPS IN DISTRESS: Problems and Methods of Resolution i-law is part of the Business Intelligence Division of Informa PLC Informa PLC. The need for specific legal arrangements governing ships in distress and places of refuge is one of the most topical problems in both public and private maritime law.

The headline grabbing shipping disasters involving the loss of the Erika () and the Prestige () attracted the attention of the IMO, the Comite Maritime International, the 5/5(1). According to this theory, right of refuge for ships in distress is the norm and refusal the exception[36].

This is in accordance with the general agreement that granting a place of refuge to a ship in distress in an early stage may help in preventing or minimizing environmental pollution[37].

Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress Book Summary: By examining the problem of places of refuge for ships in distress and proposed solutions under international, national and regional law, Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress by Anthony Morrison highlights the need for further solutions and presents alternative solutions.

This book is about the contemporary problem of places of refuge for ships in need of assistance. There is an uncodified humanitarian custom providing a right to a ship in distress to assistance and protection by coastal authorities, including access to a place of refuge when necessary. With modern ships carrying large volumes of hazardous cargo and fuel, a disabled ship can pose a significant.

Places of refuge for ships in distress is a topic before the International Maritime Organization as a result of several recent well-publicized refusals by maritime authorities of coastal states to. BOOK REVIEW PLACES OF REFUGE INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE CMI DRAFT CONVENTION By Eric Van Hooydonk ISBN:.

By examining the problem of places of refuge for ships in distress and proposed solutions under international, national and regional law, Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress by Anthony Morrison highlights the need for further solutions and presents alternative solutions.

The distress must be ‘something of a grave necessity’ (The Eleanor [] Edwards’ Admiralty Reports). ‘The necessity must be urgent, and proceed from such a state of things as may be supposed to produce on the mind of a skilful mariner, a well-grounded apprehension of the loss of vessel and cargo, or of the lives of the crew.

The need for national guidelines on places of refuge arose in following a number of overseas incidents concerning prompt access to places of refuge for ships in distress. The National Maritime Places of Refuge Risk Assessment Guidance were developed and endorsed in In this respect, this thesis examines the issue of places of refuge, as a measure to protect and preserve the marine environment, and the position in international law on the obligation to grant refuge to ships in distress.

It is argued that the obligation to grant refuge, founded in early customary international law and denounced in current. The obligation to offer a place of refuge to a ship in distress Eric Van Hooydonk * The legal arrangements governing places of refuge and ships in distress demonstrate numerous defects.

There is no unambiguous reply to the question whether such ships have the right to enter a place of refuge. ISSN (electronic version) Editor-in-Chief. Prof. Adam Weintrit. "Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress makes a major contribution to the literature.

It is a thoroughly researched book that explores much current law and practice related to places of refuge and that thoughtfully evaluates proposals for change."-John E. Noyes, California Western School of. Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress: Problems and Methods of Resolution (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff)isbnhardbound, €/US$, pp.

xiv + incl. index The right of a ship in distress to enter ports was long accepted in customary international law. This rule reflected humanitarian concern with the lives of those on board. The rule also facilitated .This essay first provides an overview of Places of Refuge for Ships, a book that contains essential information and perspectives for lawyers and policy makers.

Part III then briefly explores why the issue of places of refuge is daunting. necessary in order to save the lives of people on board a ship in distress. Refuge.