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Convention Internationale de Nairobi sur l´Enlevement des Epaves

Type du document
Multilatéral
Champ d'application
Mondial
Date
Mai 18, 2007
Source
IUCN (ID: TRE-160031)
Titre abgrégé

WRC 2007

Titre (Anglais)

Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks

Titre (Espagnol)

Convenio Internacional de Nairobi sobre la Remoción de Restos de Naufragio

Titre (Autre)

Internationales Übereinkommen von Nairobi von 2007 über die Beseitigung von Wracks

Lieu d'adoption
Nairobi
Dépositaire
OMI Organisation maritime internationale
Langue
Anglais, Arabe, Chinois, Français, Russe, Espagnol
Entrée en vigueur
Avr 14, 2015
Sujet
Mer
Mot clé
Flore sauvage Substances dangereuses Pêche maritime Pollution de la mer Pollution marine (imputable aux navires) Aire marine Navigation Faune sauvage Pollution par les hydrocarbures Haute mer
Résumé

The Convention provides a sound legal basis for coastal States to remove, or have removed, from their coastlines, wrecks which pose a hazard to the safety of navigation or to the marine and coastal environments, or both. It will make shipowners financially liable and require them to take out insurance or provide other financial security to cover the costs of wreck removal. It will also provide States with a right of direct action against insurers. Articles in the Convention cover: Reporting and locating ships and wrecks - covering the reporting of casualties to the nearest coastal State; warnings to mariners and coastal States about the wreck; action by the coastal State to locate the ship or wreck; criteria for determining the hazard posed by wrecks, including depth of water above the wreck, proximity of shipping routes, traffic density and frequency, type of traffic and vulnerability of port facilities. Environmental criteria such as damage likely to result from the release into the marine environment of cargo or oil are also included; measures to facilitate the removal of wrecks, including rights and obligations to remove hazardous ships and wrecks - which sets out when the shipowner is responsible for removing the wreck and when a State may intervene; liability of the owner for the costs of locating, marking and removing ships and wrecks - the registered shipowner is required to maintain compulsory insurance or other financial security to cover liability under the convention; settlement of disputes. (Source: IMO)

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Anglais   Français   Autre  
Site web
www.imo.org

Pays/Territoire/Participant

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Des pays Entrée en vigueur Ratification * Signature simple
Afrique du Sud -
Albanie -
Allemagne
Antigua-et-Barbuda -
Bahamas -
Bulgarie -
Chine -
Chypre -
Congo -
Danemark
Estonie - -
Finlande -
France
Inde -
Iran, Rép. Islamique d' -
Italie - -
Jordanie -
Kenya -
Libéria -
Malaisie -
Malte -
Maroc -
Nigéria -
Nioué (Nouvelle-Zélande) -
Palaos -
Panama -
Pays-Bas
Roumanie -
Royaume-Uni -
Saint-Kitts-et-Nevis -
Suisse -
Tonga -
Tuvalu -
Îles Cook (Nouvelle-Zélande) -
Îles Marshall -

* [1] Ratification [2] Adhesion [3] Acceptation/approbation [4] Succession [5] Consentement à être lié [6] Définitive signature

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