UNCLOS (国連海洋法条約)

United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
Article 19  Meaning of innocent passage
1. Passage is innocent so long as it is not prejudicial to the peace, good order or security of the coastal State. Such passage shall take place in conformity with this Convention and with other rules of international law.
2. Passage of a foreign ship shall be considered to be prejudicial to the peace, good order or security of the coastal State if in the territorial sea it engages in any of the following activities:
(a) any threat or use of force against the sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence of the coastal State, or in any other manner in violation of the principles of international law embodied in the Charter of the United Nations;
(b) any exercise or practice with weapons of any kind;
(c) any act aimed at collecting information to the prejudice of the defence or security of the coastal State;
(d) any act of propaganda aimed at affecting the defence or security of the coastal State;
(e) the launching, landing or taking on board of any aircraft;
(f) the launching, landing or taking on board of any military device;
(g) the loading or unloading of any commodity, currency or person contrary to the customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws and regulations of the coastal State;
(h) any act of wilful and serious pollution contrary to this Convention;
(i) any fishing activities;
(j) the carrying out of research or survey activities;
(k) any act aimed at interfering with any systems of communication or any other facilities or installations of the coastal State;
(l) any other activity not having a direct bearing on passage.
Article 24  Duties of the coastal State
1. The coastal State shall not hamper the innocent passage of foreign ships through the territorial sea except in accordance with this Convention. In particular, in the application of this Convention or of any laws or regulations adopted in conformity with this Convention, the coastal State shall not:
(a) impose requirements on foreign ships which have the practical effect of denying or impairing the right of innocent passage; or
(b) discriminate in form or in fact against the ships of any State or against ships carrying cargoes to, from or on behalf of any State.
2. The coastal State shall give appropriate publicity to any danger to navigation, of which it has knowledge, within its territorial sea.
Article 25  Rights of protection of the coastal State
1. The coastal State may take the necessary steps in its territorial sea to prevent passage which is not innocent.
2. In the case of ships proceeding to internal waters or a call at a port facility outside internal waters, the coastal State also has the right to take the necessary steps to prevent any breach of the conditions to which admission of those ships to internal waters or such a call is subject.
3. The coastal State may, without discrimination in form or in fact among foreign ships, suspend temporarily in specified areas of its territorial sea the innocent passage of foreign ships if such suspension is essential for the protection of its security, including weapons exercises. Such suspension shall take effect only after having been duly published.
Article 33  Contiguous zone
1. In a zone contiguous to its territorial sea, described as the contiguous zone, the coastal State may exercise the control necessary to:
(a) prevent infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration or sanitary laws and regulations within its territory or territorial sea;
(b) punish infringement of the above laws and regulations committed within its territory or territorial sea.
2. The contiguous zone may not extend beyond 24 nautical miles from the baselines from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured.

Article 56  Rights, jurisdiction and duties of the coastal State in the exclusive economic zone
1. In the exclusive economic zone, the coastal State has:
(a) sovereign rights for the purpose of exploring and exploiting, conserving and managing the natural resources, whether living or non-living, of the waters superjacent to the seabed and of the seabed and its subsoil, and with regard to other activities for the economic exploitation and exploration of the zone, such as the production of energy from the water, currents and winds;
(b) jurisdiction as provided for in the relevant provisions of this Convention with regard to:
(i) the establishment and use of artificial islands, installations and structures;
(ii) marine scientific research;
(iii) the protection and preservation of the marine environment;
(c) other rights and duties provided for in this Convention.
2. In exercising its rights and performing its duties under this Convention in the exclusive economic zone, the coastal State shall have due regard to the rights and duties of other States and shall act in a manner compatible with the provisions of this Convention.
3. The rights set out in this article with respect to the seabed and subsoil shall be exercised in accordance with Part VI.
Article 58  Rights and duties of other States in the exclusive economic zone
1. In the exclusive economic zone, all States, whether coastal or land-locked, enjoy, subject to the relevant provisions of this Convention, the freedoms referred to in article 87 of navigation and overflight and of the laying of submarine cables and pipelines, and other internationally lawful uses of the sea related to these freedoms, such as those associated with the operation of ships, aircraft and submarine cables and pipelines, and compatible with the other provisions of this Convention.
2. Articles 88 to 115 and other pertinent rules of international law apply to the exclusive economic zone in so far as they are not incompatible with this Part.
3. In exercising their rights and performing their duties under this Convention in the exclusive economic zone, States shall have due regard to the rights and duties of the coastal State and shall comply with the laws and regulations adopted by the coastal State in accordance with the provisions of this Convention and other rules of international law in so far as they are not incompatible with this Part.
Article 59  Basis for the resolution of conflicts regarding the attribution of rights and jurisdiction in the exclusive economic zone
In cases where this Convention does not attribute rights or jurisdiction to the coastal State or to other States within the exclusive economic zone, and a conflict arises between the interests of the coastal State and any other State or States, the conflict should be resolved on the basis of equity and in the light of all the relevant circumstances, taking into account the respective importance of the interests involved to the parties as well as to the international community as a whole.
Article 73  Enforcement of laws and regulations of the coastal State
1. The coastal State may, in the exercise of its sovereign rights to explore, exploit, conserve and manage the living resources in the exclusive economic zone, take such measures, including boarding, inspection, arrest and judicial proceedings, as may be necessary to ensure compliance with the laws and regulations adopted by it in conformity with this Convention.
2. Arrested vessels and their crews shall be promptly released upon the posting of reasonable bond or other security.
3. Coastal State penalties for violations of fisheries laws and regulations in the exclusive economic zone may not include imprisonment, in the absence of agreements to the contrary by the States concerned, or any other form of corporal punishment.
4. In cases of arrest or detention of foreign vessels the coastal State shall promptly notify the flag State, through appropriate channels, of the action taken and of any penalties subsequently imposed.


Article 98  Duty to render assistance
1. Every State shall require the master of a ship flying its flag, in so far as he can do so without serious danger to the ship, the crew or the passengers:
(a) to render assistance to any person found at sea in danger of being lost;
(b) to proceed with all possible speed to the rescue of persons in distress, if informed of their need of assistance, in so far as such action may reasonably be expected of him;
(c) after a collision, to render assistance to the other ship, its crew and its passengers and, where possible, to inform the other ship of the name of his own ship, its port of registry and the nearest port at which it will call.
2. Every coastal State shall promote the establishment, operation and maintenance of an adequate and effective search and rescue service regarding safety on and over the sea and, where circumstances so require, by way of mutual regional arrangements cooperate with neighbouring States for this purpose.

海洋法に関する国際連合条約 (国連海洋法条約)
第2部 領海及び接続水域
第3節 領海における無害通航
A すべての船舶に適用される規則
第19条 無害通航の意味
1 通航は、沿岸国の平和、秩序又は安全を害しない限り、無害とされる。無害通航は、この条約及び国際法の他の規則に従って行わなければならない。
2 外国船舶の通航は、当該外国船舶が領海において次の活動のいずれかに従事する場合には、沿岸国の平和、秩序又は安全を害するものとされる。
第24条 沿岸国の義務
1 沿岸国は、この条約に定めるところによる場合を除くほか、領海における外国船舶の無害通航を妨害してはならない。沿岸国は、特に、この条約又はこの条約に従って制定される法令の適用に当たり、次のことを行ってはならない。
2 沿岸国は、自国の領海内における航行上の危険で自国が知っているものを適当に公表する。
第25条 沿岸国の保護権
1 沿岸国は、無害でない通航を防止するため、自国の領海内において必要な措置をとることができる。
2 沿岸国は、また、船舶が内水に向かって航行している場合又は内水の外にある港湾施設に立ち寄る場合には、その船舶が内水に入るため又は内水の外にある港湾施設に立ち寄るために従うべき条件に違反することを防止するため、必要な措置をとる権利を有する。
3 沿岸国は、自国の安全の保護(兵器を用いる訓練を含む。)のため不可欠である場合には、その領海内の特定の水域において、外国船舶の間に法律上又は事実上の差別を設けることなく、外国船舶の無害通航を一時的に停止することができる。このような停止は、適当な方法で公表された後においてのみ、効力を有する。
第4節 接続水域
第33条 接続水域
1 治岸国は、自国の領海に接続する水域て接続水域といわれるものにおいて、次のことに必要な規制を行うことができる。
2 接続水城は、領海の幅を測定するための基線から24海里を超えて拡張することができない。

第5部 排他的経済水域
第56条 排他的経済水域における沿岸国の権利、管轄権及び義務
1 沿岸国は、排他的経済水域において、次のものを有する。
2 沿岸国は、排他的経済水域においてこの条約により自国の権利を行使し及び自国の義務を履行するに当たり、他の国の権利及び義務に妥当な考慮を払うものとし、また、この条約と両立するように行動する。
3 この条に定める海底及びその下についての権利は、第6部の規定により行使する。
第58条 排他的経済水域における他の国の権利及び義務
1 すべての国は、沿岸国であるか内陸国であるかを問わず、排他的経済水域において、この条約の関連する規定に定めるところにより、第87条に定める航行及び上空飛行の自由並びに海底電線及び海底パイプラインの敷設の自由並びにこれらの自由に関連し及びこの条約のその他の規定と両立するその他の国際的に適法な海洋の利用(船舶及び航空機の運航並びに海底電線及び海底パイプラインの運用に係る海洋の利用等)の自由を享有する。
2 第88条から第115条までの規定及び国際法の他の関連する規則は、この部の規定に反しない限り、排他的経済水域について適用する。
3 いずれの国も、排他的経済水域においてこの条約により自国の権利を行使し及び自国の義務を履行するに当たり、沿岸国の権利及び義務に妥当な考慮を払うものとし、また、この部の規定に反しない限り、この条約及び国際法の他の規則に従って沿岸国が制定する法令を遵守する。
第59条 排他的経済水域における権利及び管轄権の帰属に関する紛争の解決のための基礎
第73条 沿岸国の法令の執行
1 沿岸国は、排他的経済水域において生物資源を探査し、開発し、保有し及び管理するための主権的権利を行使するに当たり、この条約に従って制定する法令の遵守を確保するために必要な措置(乗船、検査、拿捕及び司法上の手続を含む。)をとることができる。
2 拿捕された船舶及びその乗組員は、合理的な保証金の支払又は合理的な他の保証の提供の後に速やかに釈放される。
3 排他的経済水域における漁業に関する法令に対する違反について沿岸国が科する罰には、関係国の別段の合意がない限り拘禁を含めてはならず、また、その他のいかなる形態の身体刑も含めてはならない。
4 沿岸国は、外国船舶を拿捕し又は抑留した場合には、とられた措置及びその後科した罰について、適当な経路を通じて旗国に速やかに通報する。

第6部 大陸棚

第7部 公 海
第1節 総 則
第98条 援助を与える義務
1 いずれの国も、自国を旗国とする船舶の船長に対し、船舶、乗組員又は旅客に重大な危険を及ぼさない限度において次の措置をとることを要求する。
2 いずれの沿岸国も、海上における安全に関する適切かつ実効的な捜索及び救助の機関の設置、運営及び維持を促進し、また、状況により必要とされるときは、このため、相互間の地域的な取極により隣接国と協力する。

投稿者: ワールド ソルーションズ