Sea-related Legal English Translation

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一 海洋法
第一讲 联合国海洋法公约之海洋区域和岛屿纠纷
第二讲 专属经济区
第三讲 大陆架
第四讲 海洋资源制度
第五讲 争端解决机制
二 国际海事法
第一讲 国际海事组织法
第二讲 船舶碰撞
第三讲 海难救助
第四讲 共同海损
第五讲 海事赔偿
三 涉海国际商法
第一讲 跨国公司
第二讲 货物买卖
第三讲 知识产权
第四讲 融资
第五讲 国际商事仲裁
四 海商法
附 录

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Part XV of the Convention lays down a comprehensive system for the settlement of disputes that might arise with respect to the interpretation and application of the Convention. It requires States Parties to settle their disputes concerning the interpretation or application of the Convention by peaceful means indicated in the Charter of the United Nations. However, if parties to a dispute fail to reach a settlement by peaceful means of their own choice, they are obliged to resort to the compulsory dispute settlement procedures entailing binding decisions, subject to limitations and exceptions contained in the Convention.
The mechanism established by the Convention provides for four alternative means for the settlement of disputes: the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the International Court of Justice, an arbitral tribunal constituted in accordance with Annex vn to the Convention, and a special arbitral tribunal constituted in accordance with Annex VIII to the Convention.
A State Party is free to choose one or more of these means by a written declaration to be made under article 287 of the Convention and deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations (declarations made by States Parties under article 287) .
If the parties to a dispute have not accepted the same settlement procedure, the dispute may be submitted only to arbitration in accordance with Annex vn, unless the parties otherwise agree.
The Tribunal is open to States Parties to the Convention and, in certain cases, to entities other than States Parties (such as international organizaLions and natural or legal persons) .
The jurisdiction of the Tribunal comprises all disputes submitted to it in accordance with the Convention. It also extends to all matters specifically provided for in any other agreement which confers jurisdiction on the Tribunal. To date, ten multilateral agreements have been concluded which confer jurisdiction on the Tribunal (relevant provisions of these agreements) .
Unless the parties otherwise agree, the jurisdiction of the Tribunal is mandatory in cases relating to the prompt release of vessels and crews under article 292 of the Convention and to provisional measures pending the constitution of an arbitral tribunal under article 290, paragraph 5, ofthe Convention.

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