Marine and Coastal Law: Cases and Materials

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INDEX
Abandonment, 295-96, 298
Access. SeeBeaches Accretion, 81, 91, 106, 112
Administrative Procedure Act (APA), 252
Admiralty
Admiralty Extension Act, 268, 313-15, 330
bright-line rule, 329
Brussels Collision Liability Convention, 288
charter hire, 337, 345
collision, 265, 272, 286-89
constitutional limits, 69, 176, 178-80
divided damages rule, 286- 89
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 236
finder/salvor issue, 294-301
Jones Act, 280, 283, 285
jurisdiction, 22, 25-26, 36, 69, 265, 310
Limitation of Liability Act, 278, 311, 339, 347-49
"Lloyd's Open Form" (LOF) salvage contract, 338
locality rule, 266, 271, 330
Longshoremen and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 282
maintenance and cure, 279, 283
major-minor fault doctrine, 288- 89
navigable waters, 22, 36, 73, 266
The Pennsylvania rule, 288
pleasure boats, 265, 269, 271, 275
proportional fault rule, 286-89
salvage, 290-302, 338
seamen status, 278-84
seamen's injuries, 279, 283
Suits in Admiralty Act, 287
traditional maritime activity, 266-67, 269, 272, 274-77
unseaworthiness, 280, 283-86
Adverse possession, 24, 57-59, 97
Air pollution, 304-9
Alaska
fisheries, 232
oil pollution damages, 329
Alluvion, 81
American Bureau of Shipping, 336-37, 340, 346
Anadromous species of fish, 195, 207, 214-15
Army Corps of Engineers
dredging, 57-58
navigable waters, 80-81
permit authority, 13, 66
Rivers and Harbors Act, 68-69, 72, 74-75
Bartlett Act, 233, 237
Bays
closing lines, 175, 180
headland to headland test, 27
state waters, 176
territorial sea, 178
Beaches
access, 83, 87, 142, 148, 152
associations, 87
barrier, 67, 153, 155, 158-59
Coastal Zone Management Act, 119
confiscatory taking, 142, 153, 159
custom, 92-94, 101-3
dedication, implied, 92, 94, 97- 99
easement by prescription, 92, 97, 101, 152
erosion, 91, 94, 159, 166, 351
lateral access, 142, 146

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