SEAPORTS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
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This is actually the very first publication to address modern seaports from the legal point of view. The author has provided a comprehensive and professional overview of the seaports of today’s world. He will give readers an essential instrument to be applied for when establishing the legal basis of the sea ports. The document opens with the information about the sea ports in general; the author addresses the problem of lack of interest for them in the modern international law.
The main body of the publication deals with such important topics as the pre-industrial and industrial ports, the port of globalization, the Colonial factories, Paolo Sarpi’s doctrine and Geneva Convention of 1923, as well as the Mar del Plata and the Montego Bay Conventions…
In short, this is an excellent compilation of the information that would be required for everyone dealing with the law aspects of the seaports since it will let them stay updated. The remarkable coverage of the publication has gained it the worldwide popularity. Note that all recent developments in the industry have been duly addressed in the publication. The seaports have been dealt with in detail together with all legal aspects.
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