The Extent to which Laws and Regulations on Environmental Liability Protect the Environment and Compensate the Victims
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This article provides an examination and analysis of the laws and regulations on environmental liability, in light of the growing global concern of oil pollution of the marine environment. It considers several fundamental legal provisions that have attempted to protect the environment and compensate the victims of oil pollution and assesses the extent to which these provisions have achieved these aims. A recent high profile incident has reinstated the issue as a worldwide public concern and provides context for this article.
Maidment, J. (2012) 'The Extent to which Laws and Regulations on Environmental Liability Protect the Environment and Compensate the Victims', Plymouth Law and Criminal Justice Review, 4, pp. 75-95. Available at: https://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/handle/10026.1/8974
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