EQUITABLE PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME BOUNDARY DELIMITATION — THE QUEST FOR DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
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The original intention of the Thomas Cottier, the author of this book, was to try and undertake a thorough and detailed analysis of the evolution of equity in the today's international law of the sea. In his publication he focused on the most important aspects of the relationship of legal rules on delimitation and of equitable principles touching all relevant factors.
He explored the relationship of law and equity in different complex individual cases and in particular circumstances which couldn't be easily solved by any of the ready-made, fast and hard legal rules. The author has performed the assessment of the treaty law and the UNCLOS impact, depicting the process of trial-and-error in the law of International Court of Justice and expounding the fundamental principles and factors.
The main focus has been made by the author on equity covering its implications for the legal methodology, offering further practical guidance relating to the international economic law. Obviously, the publication will be of great professional interest to the persons involved in the subject processes regardless of the actual roles they have been assigned.
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