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Hong Kong shipping and port control laws

Hong Kong shipping and port control laws

a guide to the Shipping and Port Control Ordinance, cap. 313 and subsidiary legislation

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Published by Govt. Printers in Hong Kong .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Hong Kong.
    • Subjects:
    • Harbors -- Law and legislation -- China -- Hong Kong.,
    • Maritime law -- China -- Hong Kong.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesHsiang-kang chʻuan po chi hai kang kuan li fa li.
      StatementMarine Department, Hong Kong.
      ContributionsHong Kong. Marine Dept., Hong Kong. Shipping and Port Control Ordinance.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKNR107.5 .H66 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30, 31 p. :
      Number of Pages31
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3888246M
      LC Control Number81216781

      Detailed information for Port of HONG KONG, HK HKG. The Port of HONG KONG is also known as (HONGKONG, CN HKG, XIANGGANG, XIANG GANG). The HONG KONG Port information gathered by MarineTraffic includes, wind forecasts and real-time updates for vessels in the Port of HONG KONG. Information about Port of HONG KONG HKHKG departures and expected arrivals. of the High Court (HCA /) Disciplined Services Quarters and Police Married Quarters. of the High Court (HCA /) Doxxing and Harassment against Police Officers, Special Constables and their Families. (HCA /) - Promotion, Encouragement and Incitement of the Use or Threat of Violence via Internet-based Platform or Medium.

      Hong Kong’s status as a free port doesn’t mean that you can send just anything through customs. There are still items that are not allowed into the country, just like there are goods that couriers will not carry. You can see ParcelCompare ’s list of restricted goods for information on what you cannot send by courier and, though there are. Maritime Law and Practice in Hong Kong will be the first book of its kind which provides a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of Hong Kong maritime law, including such aspects as: (i) dry shipping; (ii) wet shipping; (iii) jurisdiction and applicable law; (iv) practice & procedures of maritime disputes, etc.

      Last revision date: 04 Oct Hong Kong: Shipping The ICLG to: Shipping Laws and Regulations - covers common issues in shipping laws and regulations – including marine casualty, cargo claims, passenger claims, arrest and security – in 44 jurisdictions. Published: 30/07/


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Hong Kong Shipping Ordinances and Their Subsidiary Legislation: WARNING: We shall make every reasonable effort to ensure the accuracy of information on this web page but no absolute guarantee is given. Shipping and Port Control Regulations (Speed Restricted Zones for Pleasure Vessels) Notice Macau Ferry Terminal Boundaries Order; Hong.

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The Port of Hong Kong, located by the South China Sea, is a Hong Kong shipping and port control laws book seaport dominated by trade in containerised manufactured products, and to a lesser extent raw materials and passengers.

A key factor in the economic development of Hong Kong, the natural shelter and deep waters of Victoria Harbour provide ideal conditions for berthing and the handling of all types of vessels.

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Regulations and Reporting Requirements: Section 67 of the Shipping and Port Control Ordinance (Cap. ) (1) The master of a Hong Kong ship more than miles from Hong Kong hall make any report so required without delay to the nearest coastal State or to the coastal State which he considers to be most at risk from the actual or.

Hong Kong e-Legislation (HKeL) is the official database of Hong Kong legislation. It provides free online access to current and past versions of consolidated legislation dating back to 30 June and PDF copies marked “verified copy” have official legal status.

Different searching and viewing modes are available to facilitate access to law. Hong Kong has independent finances and the People's Republic of China (PRC) does not interfere in its tax laws or levy any taxes on Hong Kong.

The region has its own policies related to Author: Prableen Bajpai. July - Hong Kong is handed back to the Chinese authorities after more than years of British control.

Tung Chee-hwa, a Shanghai-born. The world’s fifth busiest container port, measured in TEU volumes, Hong Kong was the world's busiest container port from to ; from toand from to The Hong Kong Port consists primarily of five major terminals, each operated by one of these companies: Modern Terminals, Ltd.

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Post-handover, the colony of Hong Kong became the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) and for official purposes is a part of China.

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Ordinances are statutes enacted by Hong Kong's legislature. These can be viewed on the Bilingual Laws Information System, a website operated by the Hong Kong Department of Justice. The main Ordinances relating to maritime matters are as follows:.

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The Victoria Harbor handles all types of vessels, mainly vessels transporting containerized goods, but also handles passenger transportation. The Marine Department in Hong Kong is responsible for monitoring the vessels arriving to and departing from the Victoria Harbor.5/5(1).

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It contains illustrations from case law, extracts of the relevant legislation, and sample shipping and marine insurance documents for by: 3.The law of Hong Kong is unique, being a common law system preserved, after the handover to China inwithin the civil law system of the People's Republic of China (PRC), under the principle of ‘one country, two systems'.

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