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Among the relevant international legal instruments adopted under the auspices of UNCTAD are international conventions dealing with the Enforcement of Maritime Claims (International Convention on Maritime Liens and Mortgages 1993, which entered into force in 2004, and the International Convention on Arrest of Ships 1999, which entered into force in 2011).

Research and analytical work has, in the past, focused particularly on Marine Insurance and General Average. More recently, research and analysis focuses particularly on Ship-Source Pollution, the relevant liability and compensation framework, as well as related issues.

 

 Studies and Reports

 
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 Ship-Source Pollution

 
Ship-source pollution and protection of the environment, Review of Maritime Transport 2012, Chapter 5, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 102-105
''New Inspection Regime'' adopted under the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control, Review of Maritime Transport 2011, Chapter 5, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 125-126
Legal instruments and other developments relating to the environment, Review of Maritime Transport 2010, Chapter 6, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 118-125
Legal instruments and other developments relating to the environment, Review of Maritime Transport 2009, Chapter 6, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 144-148
Legal instruments and other developments relating to the environment, Review of Maritime Transport 2008, Chapter 6, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 118-122
Legal instruments and other developments relating to the environment and climate change, Review of Maritime Transport 2007, Chapter 6, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 109-111
The third session of the Multi-Year Expert Meeting on Transport and Trade Facilitation was held on 8-10 December 2010. Deliberations by experts covered a broad array of important issues, including important regulatory developments in the field of sustainable shipping.
 

 Enforcement of Maritime Claims

 
International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999
International Convention on Maritime Liens and Mortgages, 1993
Entry into force of the International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999, Review of Maritime Transport 2011, Chapter 5, Legal Issues and Regulatory Developments, pages 110-113
International Convention on Arrest of Ships 1999 to enter into force in September 2011, Transport Newsletter No. 49, First Quarter, 2011, at pages 12-13
 

 Marine Insurance and General Average

 
UNCTAD Model Clauses on Marine Hull and Cargo Insurance
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