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16 LIABILITY, LIMITATION AND COMPENSATION FOR MARINE POLLUTION, HNS, AND NUCLEAR, DAMAGE

Modern Maritime Law Volume 2: Managing Risks and Liabilities

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LIABILITY, LIMITATION AND COMPENSATION FOR MARINE POLLUTION, HNS, AND NUCLEAR, DAMAGE

INTRODUCTION

This chapter provides an overview1 2 of liability, compensation and limitation under: (a) the International Conventions relating to marine damage by oil pollution, including the voluntary arrangements by STOPIA and TOPIA; (b) the Bunkers and HNS Conventions; and (c) the Nuclear Damage Conventions. ‘Damage’ for the purpose of the HNS and Nuclear Conventions includes loss of life and personal injury.

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