Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Globalization of Law and Local Wisdom (ICGLOW 2019)

System of Responsibilities in International Marine Pollution

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Noer Indriati
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Noer Indriati
Available Online October 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icglow-19.2019.25How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Compensation, Marine Pollution, Responsibility
Abstract
Pollution of the sea is one of the environmental issues facing the current and is often caused by human activities or activities, where most of the pollution of the seas is exercised either directly or indirectly. The issue of damages is not always completed properly by the existing system. This research is specified in the juridical normative. The method of the approach is the doctrinal approach with secondary data sources which are analyzed qualitatively and legally. Survey results show that marine pollution cannot use the three systems. Marine pollution has an impact on marine functions not only currently but also in 5 or 10 years afterwards. Each of which is seen based on the cases; strict liability is used for cases that are classified as severe so that the compensation is certain and unlimited, absolute liability is available to use since the perpetrators must be responsible, and based on fault liability is difficult to prove.
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