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Author Dromgoole, Sarah.
Title Underwater Cultural Heritage and International Law.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.

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Author Dromgoole, Sarah.
Series Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law ; v. 101.
Cambridge studies in international and comparative law.
Subject Unesco.
Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage (2001 November 2)
Underwater archaeology -- Law and legislation.
Cultural property -- Protection (International law)
Description 1 online resource (440 pages).
Contents Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of cases; Table of domestic legislation; Table of treaties and other international instruments; Abbreviations; General introduction; 1. A brief historical overview; 1.1 Early developments; 1.2 1985: A turning point; 1.3 More recent developments; 2. Relevant branches of law; 2.1 Admiralty/private maritime law; 2.2 The law of the sea; 2.2.1 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982; 2.2.2 Maritime zones and related terminology; 2.3 Cultural heritage law; 3. A few observations on international law; 3.1 Sovereignty and jurisdiction.
3.2 Sources of international law3.2.1 Treaties; 3.2.2 Customary international law; 3.2.3 The relationship between customary international law and treaties; 4. UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001; 5. The approach and structure of this book; 1 The evolution of international law on underwater cultural heritage; 1. Introduction; 2. Initiatives preceding the UNESCO Convention 2001; 2.1 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (LOSC); 2.1.1 Article 149; 2.1.2 Article 303; 2.1.3 An 'incomplete' regime; 2.2 Developments within the Council of Europe.
2.2.1 The Roper Report and Recommendation 848 (1978)2.2.2 Draft European Convention 1985; 2.2.3 Valletta Convention 1992; 3. The UNESCO initiative; 3.1 Background and process; 3.1.1 Groundwork by the International Law Association; 3.1.2 The UNESCO process; 3.1.3 Development and status of the Annex; 3.2 The UNESCO Convention 2001: overview; 4. Concluding remarks; 2 Defining underwater cultural heritage; 1. Introduction; 2. The approach of early domestic legislation; 3. The approach of international initiatives preceding the UNESCO Convention 2001; 3.1 The Law of the Sea Convention 1982.
3.2 The Council of Europe initiatives3.2.1 Recommendation 848 (1978); 3.2.2 Draft European Convention 1985; 3.2.3 Valletta Convention 1992; 4. The approach of the UNESCO Convention 2001; 4.1 Definitional criteria; 4.2 Selection criteria; 4.2.1 The temporal criterion; 4.2.2 The character criterion; 5. Concluding remarks; 3 Ownership and other interests in underwater cultural heritage; 1. Introduction; 2. Ownership; 2.1 Acquisition of ownership rights; 2.2 Establishment of ownership rights; 2.3 Abandonment of ownership rights.
2.4 The circumscription or expropriation of ownership rights by heritage legislation3. Treatment of ownership rights by international law; 3.1 Ownership and the Law of the Sea Convention 1982; 3.2 Ownership and the UNESCO Convention 2001; 3.2.1 Background; 3.2.2 Approach of the UNESCO Convention and its implications; 4. Other interests recognised by international law; 4.1 Interests recognised by the Law of the Sea Convention 1982; 4.1.1 Interests of mankind; 4.1.2 Preferential rights of states (or countries) of origin; 4.2 Interests recognised by the UNESCO Convention 2001.
Note 4.2.1 Interests of humanity.
Summary The first full-scale study of the international legal framework governing underwater cultural heritage to be published in nearly two decades.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781461936756 (electronic bk.)
1461936756 (electronic bk.)
9781139020503 (electronic bk.)
1139020501 (electronic bk.)
9781107291096
1107291097
9780521842310
052184231X
1299772935 (ebk.)
9781299772939 (ebk.)
OCLC # 854975201
Additional Format Print version: Dromgoole, Sarah. Underwater Cultural Heritage and International Law. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013 9780521842310.


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