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Canada-France case concerning the delimitation of maritime areas counter-memorial submitted by Canada. by Court of Arbitration (Canada and France)

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Published by s.n. in [Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Continental shelf -- Canada.,
  • Continental shelf -- France.,
  • Economic zones (Law of the sea) -- Canada.,
  • Economic zones (Law of the sea) -- France.,
  • Canada -- Trials, litigation, etc.,
  • France -- Trials, litigation, etc.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesCanada-France case concerning the delimitation of maritime areas : annexes to the counter-memorial submitted by Canada., Canada-France affaire de la délimitation des espaces maritimes: annexes au contre-mémoire du Canada.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX4143 .C6913 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 269 p. :
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18472449M

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Comment: CY6 - A trade paperback book in very good condition that has some bumped corners, wrinkling, chipping and crease, scattered rubbing, scratches, and light stains, lightly water soiled on the upper right sides, light discoloration and shelf wear. Includes map in the back pocket. Canada-France, Case Concerning the Delimitation of Maritime Areas Submitted by Canada. "x", : Memorial Submitted By Canada. COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR THE DELIMITATION OF MARITIME AREAS BETWEEN CANADA AND FRANCE: DECISION IN CASE CONCERNING DELIMITATION OF MARITIME AREAS* (St. Pierre and Miquelon) [J ] +Cite as 31 I.L.M. ()+ I.L.M. Content Summary ILLUSTRATIVE MAP - I.L.M. Page TEXT OF DECISION - I.L.M. Page [Introduction] - I.L.M. Maritime Areas Between France and Canada of J (St. Pierre and Miquelon), 31, International Legal Materials, pp. (). (14) See for instance MoDorman, T., «The Canada-France Maritime Boundary Case: Draw- ing a Line Around St. Pierre and Miquelon», 84, American Journal of International Law, pp. () ; Day, A.   The vast discrepancy between the areas claimed by the competing submissions may be seen from the fact that the Canadian delimitation would have confined France to a territorial sea of 1 nm2 whereas the French delimitation would have given France a total maritime zone of 14 nm2 (as contrasted with 13 nm2 if the claim had been based.

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