Every state has with respect to its ship-users the bundle of international rights and duties which have been described in the preceding chapter and which are styled allocation. How then did those ship-users become that state’s? They became such as the result of the fact that it immatriculated them, i.e. assumed authority over them, while satisfying the conditions laid down to that effect by international law.1
KeywordsMerchant Ship Draft Article Exclusive Jurisdiction National Flag Multiple Allocation
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