NAB3041 Maritime Law II
Course description for academic year 2019/2020
Contents and structure
- International maritime Conventions and their implementation under Norwegian law.
- Principally the SOLAS, MARPOL, STCW and MLC conventions.
- Paris MOU.
- The ISM and ISPS codes.
- EEA/ EU obligations.
- Domestic liability on oil pollution.
- is familiar to key IMO and ILO conventions.
- understands how Norway can influence the content of such conventions.
- understands how the state of Norway takes on national commitments.
- understands the gap of interest between a flag state and the coastal state and how international conventions merges between the two.
- understands the EU as a sway, supranational body and executive authority.
- possess ability to interpret regulations to current issues.
- interprets and understands single provisions of law.
- has the ability to use the content of such provisions on specific issues.
- is familiar to certificates and documents to be onboard - in accordance with international Conventions - and sees how the certificates in question are obtained and their period of validity.
- is able to comprehend theoretical knowledge to actual situations.
- is able to relate to the international rule of maritime law indifferent of being onboard a ship, on land or as a representative of authorities.
Recommended previous knowledge
Maritime Law I
Lectures, self studies, discussions.
Compulsory learning activities
One or more oral assignments. Will be specified in the semester plan.
Written exam, 5hr .
Examination support material
As to the curriculum.More about examination support material