The flag State and the other State shall cooperate in the conduct of any inquiry held by that other State into any such marine casualty or incident of.
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In determining the allowable catch and establishing other conservation measures for the living resources in the high seas, States shall: a take measures which are deed, on the best scientific evidence available to the States concerned, to maintain or restore populations of harvested species at levels which can produce the maximum sustainable yield, as qualified by relevant environmental and economic factors, including the special requirements of developing States, and taking into fishing patterns, the interdependence of stocks and any generally recommended international minimum standards, whether subregional, regional or global; b take into consideration the effects on species associated with or dependent upon harvested species with a view to maintaining or restoring populations of such associated or dependent species above levels at which their reproduction may become seriously threatened.
Each State shall cause an inquiry to be held by or before a suitably qualified person or persons into every marine casualty or incident of on the high seas involving a ship flying its flag and causing loss of life or serious injury to nationals of another State or serious damage to ships or installations of another State or to the marine environment. Article Liability for seizure without adequate grounds Where the seizure of a ship or aircraft on suspicion of piracy has been effected without adequate grounds, the State making the seizure shall be liable to the State the nationality of which is possessed by the ship or aircraft for any loss or damage caused by the seizure.
Article97 Penal jurisdiction in matters of collision or any other incident of 1.
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Article96 Immunity of ships used only on government non-commercial service Ships owned or operated by a State and used only on government non-commercial service shall, on the high seas, have complete immunity from the jurisdiction of any State other than the flag State. If the suspicions prove to be unfounded, and provided that the ship boarded has not committed any act justifying them, it shall be compensated for any loss or damage that may have been sustained.
Where a ship has been stopped or arrested outside the territorial sea in circumstances which do not justify the exercise of the right of hot pursuit, it shall be compensated for any loss or damage that may have been thereby sustained.
Article Right of hot pursuit 1. These provisions also apply to any other duly authorized ships or aircraft clearly marked and identifiable as being on government service. The high seas are open to all States, whether coastal or land-locked. The pursuit may only be commenced after a visual or auditory al to stop has been given at a distance which enables it to be seen or heard by the foreign ship.
Article88 Reservation of the high seas for peaceful purposes The high seas shall Esceptional reserved for peaceful purposes. Article Breaking or injury by owners of a submarine cable or pipeline of another submarine cable or pipeline Every State shall adopt the laws and regulations necessary to provide that, if persons subject to its jurisdiction who are the owners of a submarine cable or pipeline beneath the high seas, in laying or repairing that cable or pipeline, cause a break in or injury to another cable or pipeline, they shall bear the cost of the repairs.
However, it shall not apply to any break or injury caused by persons who acted merely with the legitimate object of saving their lives or their ships, after having taken all necessary precautions to avoid such break or injury. There must exist a genuine link between the State and the ship.
Article90 Right of Every State, whether coastal or land-locked, has the right to sail ships flying its flag on the high seas. They shall, as appropriate, cooperate to establish subregional or regional fisheries organizations to this end.
Article Illicit traffic in narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances 1. For the purposes of this Convention, "unauthorized broadcasting" means the transmission of sound radio or television broadcasts from a ship or installation on the high seas intended for reception by the general public contrary to international regulations, but excluding the transmission of distress Excepyional.
Article95 Immunity of warships on the high seas Warships on the high seas have complete immunity from the jurisdiction of any State other than the flag State. If suspicion remains after the documents have been checked, it may proceed to a further examination on board the ship, which must be carried out with all possible consideration.
Ships have the nationality of the State whose flag they are entitled to fly. Available scientific information, catch and fishing effort statistics, and other data relevant to the conservation of fish stocks shall be contributed and exchanged on a regular basis through competent international organizations, whether subregional, regional or global, where appropriate and with participation by all States concerned.
Every State shall require the master of a ship flying its flag, in so far as he can do so without serious danger to the ship, the crew or the passengers: a to render assistance to any person found at sea in danger of being lost; b to proceed with all possible speed to the rescue of persons in distress, if informed of their need of assistance, in so far as such action may reasonably be expected of him; c after a collision, to render assistance to the other ship, its crew and its passengers and, where possible, to inform the other ship of the name of his own ship, its port of registry and the nearest port at which it will call.
To this end, it may send a boat under the command of an officer to the suspected ship. Upon receiving such a report, the flag State shall investigate the matter and, if appropriate, take any action necessary to remedy the situation.
It does not suffice to justify an arrest outside the territorial sea that the ship was merely sighted by the aircraft as an offender or suspected offender, if it was not both ordered to stop and pursued by the aircraft itself or other aircraft or ships which continue the pursuit without interruption. Any person engaged in unauthorized broadcasting may be prosecuted before the court of: a the flag State of the ship; b the State of registry of the installation; c the State of which the person is a national; d any State where the transmissions can be received; or e any State where authorized radio communication is suffering interference.
Article99 Prohibition of the transport of slaves Every State shall take effective measures to prevent and punish the transport of slaves in ships authorized to fly its flag and to prevent the unlawful use of its flag for that purpose. In particular every State shall: a maintain a register of ships containing the names and particulars of ships flying its flag, except those which are excluded from generally accepted international regulations on of their small size; and b assume jurisdiction under its internal law over each ship flying its flag and its master, officers and crew in respect of administrative, technical and social matters concerning the ship.
Hot pursuit is not deemed to have begun unless the pursuing ship has satisfied itself by such practicable means as may be available that the ship pursued or one of its boats or other craft working as a team and using the ship pursued as a mother ship is within the Exceptionnal of the territorial sea, or, as the case may be, within the contiguous zone or the exclusive economic zone or above the continental shelf.
Article89 Invalidity of claims of sovereignty over the high seas No State may validly purport to subject any part of the high seas Excepitonal its sovereignty. Excision and microscopic examination disclosed a cyst with an intimately associated eccrine sweat gland.
Freedom of the high seas is exercised under the conditions laid down by this Convention and by other rules of international law. Article Seizure of a pirate ship or aircraft On the high seas, or in any other place outside the oDminant of any State, every State may seize a pirate ship Exceptuonal aircraft, or a ship or Excpetional taken by piracy and under the control of pirates, and arrest the persons and seize the property on board.
Article93 Ships flying the Domibant of the United Nations, its specialized agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency The preceding articles do not prejudice the question of ships employed on the official service of the United Nations, its specialized agencies or the International Atomic Energy Agency, flying the flag of the organization.
Article Indemnity for loss incurred in avoiding injury to a submarine cable or pipeline Every State shall adopt the laws and regulations necessary to ensure that the owners of ships who can prove that they have sacrificed an anchor, a net or any other fishing gear, in order to avoid injuring a submarine Exceptionnal or pipeline, shall be indemnified by the owner of the cable or pipeline, provided that the owner of the ship has taken all reasonable precautionary measures beforehand.
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States whose nationals exploit identical living resources, or different living resources in the same area, shall enter into negotiations with a view to taking the measures necessary for the conservation of the living resources concerned. Ships shall sail under the flag of one State only and, save in exceptional cases expressly provided for in international treaties or in this Convention, shall be subject to its exclusive jurisdiction on the high seas.
The courts of the State which carried out the seizure may decide upon the penalties to be imposed, and may also determine the action to be taken with regard to the ships, aircraft or property, subject to the rights of third parties acting in good faith. All States shall cooperate in the suppression of unauthorized broadcasting from the high seas.
Article86 Application of the provisions of this Part The provisions of this Part apply to all parts of the sea that are not included in the exclusive economic zone, in the territorial sea or in the internal waters of a State, or in the archipelagic waters of an archipelagic State.
All States shall cooperate in the suppression of illicit traffic in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances engaged in by ships on the high seas contrary to international Dominwnt. Every State shall effectively exercise its jurisdiction and control in administrative, technical and social matters over ships flying its flag. Every coastal State shall promote the establishment, operation and maintenance of an adequate and effective search and rescue service regarding safety on and over the sea and, where circumstances so require, by way of mutual regional arrangements cooperate with neighbouring States for this purpose.