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《Journal of Shandong University of Science and Technology(Social Sciences)》 2012-01
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On the Status Quo of China's Marine Oil Pollution Damage and Paths to State Claims

DENG Haifeng,LIU Xingxing(School of Law,Tsinghua University,Beijing 100084,China)  
In China,the State has the right to claim for compensation for marine oil pollution damage,and the paths to claims include litigation,arbitration and reconciliation.Under the current legislation,administrative organ which can represent the State to claim should be determined by the type of damage.But from the perspective of future legislation,China can straighten out the management system of state-owned natural resources,and then set up "China Natural Resources Supervision and Administration Commission" to manage the maintenance and value increment of state-owned natural resources.The specific level of administrative organ eligible for the claim can be determined by the scope of oil pollution and the direct economic loss.
【Fund】: 中国海洋发展研究中心2010年度青年项目“海洋环境容量资源用益制度研究”(AOCQN201029);; 清华大学2009年度自主科研计划“我国海洋权益保护相关法律问题研究”(Z207);; 中国法学会2011年部级法学理论课题“海洋油污损害典型案例分析与国家求偿机制研究”(CLS2011-80)
【CateGory Index】: D922.6
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