International Law Advantages And Disadvantages

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The movement of goods from country to country has been an ancient practice of trade for centuries. It was hampered when there was advancement in technology and industrial revolution, this lead to an expansion of maritime commerce on a global level. When rules were made, it pertained to countries individually. When there lies a dispute between the nations, it is hard to decide as to where the dispute would be settled. Hence, no proper jurisdiction is established for resolving such disputes. The dispute is at an international level, hence coming under the purview of international law. There is a diversity of commercial laws transnational today. There is a need for uniformity of law. The paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of having a single code for maritime law disputes. It also mentions the necessity and furnishing a common law for all countries trading through the sea. The paper also includes various doctrines that support the universal codification of the laws. Hindrances in legislating a law for all countries is also discussed in the paper. KEY-WORDS:-Private international law – maritime law – international arbitration – international commercial law – doctrine of competence de la competence GLOBAL EXEGESIS ON HOMOGENEITY OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW CHAPTER I – INTRODUCTION International Law is the law…show more content…
The developed and powerful countries portray their corridors of power and take the chair over the matter in session. This leads to prolonged postponement in implementation of the authorization and reception of various international convention. This is a intricacies faced by the major maritime powers and hence are given the discontented derivative of such opinionated myopia and

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