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Civil Liability of the non-leaking party for oil pollution resulting from collision of ships——concurrently discussing the latest development of the judicial interpretation for oil pollution damages

CHEN Xiang-yong,CHEN Yong-can(Wang Jing&Co.Law Firm,Guangzhou 510095,China)  
The property of a third party in Section 2 of Article 169 of Maritime Code of the PRC should apply to the oil pollution compensation resulting from collision of ships,the claimant should ask the non-leaking party to take the responsibility in proportion to the extent of its fault in collision.It can be found that the colliding ships all in fault should not be jointly and severally liable for oil pollution under Tort Liability Law of the People's Republic of China.The claimant has different rights for damages based on Chinese Maritime Code and international convention respectively.
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