Oceans policy, pollution,
dumping and maritime
John Gillies and Conall O'Connell
|•||put in place uniformity and certainty of law;|
|•||promote justice between interested parties by establishing, in a clear and fair manner, rights and responsibilities for all parties; and|
|•||provide a framework for international cooperation.|
Australia is a party to many bilateral and multilateral international treaties and instruments which influence the use and management of our oceans, including those dealing with shipping, protection of the marine environment, dumping, fishing, customs, maritime crime, enforcement and maritime boundaries.
Australia has also supported certain declarations in order to
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Publication information: Book title: Oceans Governance and Maritime Strategy. Contributors: David Wilson - Editor, Dick Sherwood - Editor. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. Place of publication: St. Leonards, N.S.W.. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 166.
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