REGULATORY GAPS IN BALTIC SEA GOVERNANCE
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The author of the present volume focused mainly on the features specific to the Baltic Sea, paying due attention to its uniqueness in the legal terms. There are up to six regulation levels acting in parallel, including the national laws and general international law, European Union law, different municipal and local regulations, as well as the many other arrangements.
It shall be noted, however, that having so many laws, rules, and regulations does not guarantee the effectiveness. The content of this document covers several topics considered internationally important; however, it was found that in these particular areas there are certain gaps in the regulatory framework. Apart from the legal analysis of the serious aspects specific to the region, the volume also addresses the regulatory anatomy, providing the detailed explanations.
You will get to know how exactly the gaps in the regulatory set are normally formed, and how they shall be filled. The author explains the interaction of the different regulatory layers. The book will be of practical use for the people engaged in the ship operation in the Baltic Sea area, providing all necessary information hard to find in any other sources.
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