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The Modus Operandi of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf. Harald Brekke CLCS Member. Initial procedures. Organisation and Work - Subcommission . Recommendation of Subcommission. Final Recommendation and Establishment of Outer Limits . INITIAL PROCEDURES . I.

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The Modus Operandi of the Commission on the Limitsof the Continental Shelf

Harald Brekke

CLCS Member

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Initial procedures

Organisation and Work - Subcommission

Recommendation of Subcommission

Final Recommendation and Establishment of Outer Limits

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INITIAL PROCEDURES

I

COASTAL STATE

II

SUBMISSION

SECRETARY GENERAL

PUBLICATION OF PROPOSED LIMITS

3 Months

III

COMMISSION

PRESENTATION OF THE SUBMSSION BY THE COASTAL STATE

IV

COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

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COASTAL STATE

  • Shall submit particulars of the limits beyond 200 nautical miles along with supporting scientific and technical data.
  • Shall make such a submission as soon as possible but in any case within 10 years of the entry into force of the Convention for that State.
  • On request, the States Parties may review the situation for States that ratified early with a view to ameliorating the difficulty in respect of the 10 year deadline.
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INITIAL PROCEDURES

I

COASTAL STATE

II

SUBMISSION

SECRETARY GENERAL

PUBLICATION OF PROPOSED LIMITS

3 Months

III

COMMISSION

PRESENTATION OF THE SUBMSSION BY THE COASTAL STATE

IV

COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

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SUBMISSION

Requested format:

1. Executive Summary

2. Main Body

3. Supporting data

CLCS/11, Chpt. 9

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1. Executive Summary

  • charts at appropriate scale and co-ordinates of proposed outer limits of the continental shelf;
  • provisions of article 76 that are invoked to support the claim;
  • names of any Commission members having rendered advice regarding the submission;
  • disputes arising from the claim.
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2. Main Body

A detailed description of the data set, maps, technical procedures and scientific methodologies applied.

References made to the basic data at each relevant step

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3. Supporting Data

A copy of all data referred to in the Main Body, arranged in separate annexes.

All data submitted in support of the submission will be considered by the Commission

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INITIAL PROCEDURES

I

COASTAL STATE

II

SUBMISSION

SECRETARY GENERAL

PUBLICATION OF PROPOSED LIMITS

3 Months

III

COMMISSION

PRESENTATION OF THE SUBMSSION BY THE COASTAL STATE

IV

COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

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THE SUBCOMMISSION AND ITS WORK

ORGANISATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION

V

VI

SUBCOMISSION

DELIBERATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION ON THE SUBMISSION

VII

VIII

TECHNICAL EVALUATION

CONSULTATIONS OF THE SUBCOMMISION WITH THE COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

COASTAL STATE REPRESENATIVE

IX

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DELIBERATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION ON THE SUBMISSION

Introductory examination of:

- Format and completeness of the submission

- Whether clarification is required

- Information on any dispute

- Whether specialist advice may be needed

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THE SUBCOMMISSION AND ITS WORK

ORGANIZATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION

V

VI

SUBCOMISSION

DELIBERATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION ON THE SUBMISSION

VII

VIII

TECHNICAL EVALUATION

CONSULTATIONS OF THE SUBCOMMISION WITH THE COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

COASTAL STATE REPRESENATIVE

IX

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TECHNICAL EVALUATION

A detailed analysis of the Main Body and Supporting Data of the submission in order to:

- Verify criterion/criteria specified in Art. 76 applied in the submission

- Verify the relevance, quality and quantity of the data submitted to be sufficient to justify the proposed limits in accordance with the published Technical Guidelines (CLCS/11)

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FINDINGS

The Technical Evaluation will identify whether more data or information is needed.

If needed, a request for additional, specific data or information will be made to the coastal State.

All communication and efforts at this stage will be made with a view to prepare for a recommendation that will be accepted by both the full Commission and the Coastal State.

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THE SUBCOMMISSION AND ITS WORK

ORGANIZATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION

V

VI

SUBCOMISSION

DELIBERATION OF THE SUBCOMMISSION ON THE SUBMISSION

VII

VIII

TECHNICAL EVALUATION

CONSULTATIONS OF THE SUBCOMMISION WITH THE COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES

COASTAL STATE REPRESENATIVE

IX

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RECOMMENDATION BY THE SUBCOMMISSION

X

FORMULATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS

RECOMMENDATIONS BY SUBCOMMISSION PUT IN WRITTEN REPORT

XI

XII

COMMISSION

APPROVE

OR AMEND REPORT

XIII

AMEND

APPROVE

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RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINAL LIMITS

FORMULATE AND APPROVE COMMISSION’s RECOMMENDATIONS

XIV

XV

COASTAL STATE

XXI

SECRETARY GENERAL

ACCEPT RECOMEN-DATIONS?

YES

XVI

NO

DEFINE OUTER LIMIT ACCORDINGLY

XIX

MAKE NEW OR REVISED SUBMISSION

XVII

GO TO START OF FLOW CHART

DEPOSIT CHARTS AND COORDINATES OF OUTER LIMITS

XVIII

XX