Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Régime international des zones franches dans les ports maritimes (Volume 21)

(17,751 words)

Author(s): Haas, R.
Haas, R. Keywords: Ports | Free zones | International regime | Mots clefs: Ports | Zones franches | Régime international | ABSTRACT Robert Haas notes that processing zone regimes are far from being the same everywhere. Administrative institutions are characterized under the same single name and show, with analogies, indisputable differences. A precise definition of processing zones in ports in 1928 is impossible. However, Robert Haas points out, the processing zone can usefully be considered as a fraction of territor…

Transport maritime et régime portuaire (Volume 308)

(40,510 words)

Author(s): González Lapeyre, Edison
González Lapeyre, Edison Keywords: Ports | Régime juridique | Transport maritime | Connaissements | Affrètement | Responsabilité | Mots clefs: Ports | Legal regime | Carriage of goods by sea | Bills of lading | Affreightment | Accountability | ABSTRACT Edison Gonzalez Lapeyre, Former Professor at the University of Uruguay, devotes his course to maritime transport and the port regime. Starting from the observation of the tremendous quantitative increase in trade following globalization and the development of the use of containers, whic…

Le régime international des ports (Volume 15)

(52,781 words)

Author(s): Laun, Rudolf
Laun, Rudolf Keywords: Ports | International regime | Mots clefs: Ports | Régime international | ABSTRACT Rudolf Laun explains that ports are a series of facilities for the transshipment of people or goods sometimes from land to water, sometimes from water to land, and sometimes from a means of water transport to another similar means of transport. The author examines the international regime of ports by beginning with a presentation of the concept of port and the different types of ports. The first part of the course is focused on seaports and the second part on inland ports. On entend par …