Canadian Maritime Law Update: 2013

Southcott, Richard F.; Walsh, Kimberley A.; Scruton, Steven A.; Breneman, Ian J.
October 2013
Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce;Oct2013, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p501
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the changes made to Canadian maritime law in 2013, including changes to the Canada Shipping Act of 2001, vessel pollution and dangerous chemicals regulations, and changes to the Marine Transportation Security Act. Information is provided on the proposed amendments to the Canadian Marine Transportation Security Regulations.


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