30 Years of Lithuania’s Restored Independence: A Coastal State’s Prescriptive Jurisdiction over Inland Waters
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Indrė Isokaitė-Valužė
Vilnius University, Lithuania
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4596-2695
Published 2020-12-28
https://doi.org/10.15388/Teise.2020.117.4
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Keywords

inland sea waters
national maritime legislation
coastal State
implementation of the International Law of the Sea requirements
implementation of obligations under the European Union Law
the law of independent Lithuania

How to Cite

Isokaitė-Valužė I. (2020) “30 Years of Lithuania’s Restored Independence: A Coastal State’s Prescriptive Jurisdiction over Inland Waters”, Teisė, 1170, pp. 64-78. doi: 10.15388/Teise.2020.117.4.

Abstract

The article aims at comprehensively and systematically revealing the general transition of the regulation of the inland sea waters of the Republic of Lithuania from the restoration of an Independent State of Lithuania in 1990 until now. The basic stages and trends of the legal development are emphasized in light of the International Law of the Sea and the Law of the European Union and general findings on the compliance thereto in the main fields are made.

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