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CHILE

Updated 9 April 2014

SUBMISSIONS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DEPOSIT OBLIGATIONS PURSUANT TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA (UNCLOS)

M.Z.N. 29. 1999. LOS of 29 July 1999: Deposit of a chart showing the maritime boundary between Argentina and Chile, with the list of geographical coordinates of points

 

Relevant articles of UNCLOS:16(2); 75(2); 84(2)

LOSIC No. 10

Chart (original at DOALOS/OLA)

M.Z.N. 37. 2000. LOS of 29 September 2000: Deposit of charts showing normal and straight baselines, the territorial sea, the contiguous zone, the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf

Relevant articles of UNCLOS:16(2); 75(2); 84(2)

LOSIC No. 12 and No. 13

Charts (originals at DOALOS/OLA)

Communications received by the Secretary-General in connection with the deposit of charts and/or lists of geographical coordinates of points

Peru: Communication from the Government of Peru dated 9 January 2001, containing “Statement by the Government of Peru concerning parallel 18º21’00”, referred to by the Government of Chile as the maritime boundary between Chile and Peru" (LOSIC No. 13)

Chile: communication from the Government of Chile dated 25 March 2002, containing the “Statement by the Government of Chile on the maritime boundary between Chile and Peru in connection with the publication, of the “Statement by the Government of Peru concerning parallel 18º21’00” (LOSIC No. 15)

CONTINENTAL SHELF BEYOND 200 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES FROM WHICH THE BREADTH OF THE TERRITORIAL SEA IS MEASURED

Preliminary information indicative of the outer limits of the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles in accordance with SPLOS/183

OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

Decree No. 416 of 14 July 1977
Declaration by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of 14 September 1985 (on Easter Island and Sala y Gomez Island, Extension of undersea sovereignty)
Law No. 18.565 amending the Civil Code with regard to maritime space, 13 October 1986

Piracy

Promulga la Convención de las Naciones Unidas Sobre El Derecho del Mar y Sus Anexos y el Acuerdo Relativo a la Aplicación de la Parte Xi de Dicha Convención y Su Anexo
Constitución Política de la República de Chile
Código Penal de la Republica de Chile Art. 434
Código Penal de la Republica de Chile Art. 25, 32, 56
Código Orgánico de Tribunales

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Argentina

Arbitration award relating the Beagle Channel dispute (Argentina, Chile), Arbitration Court for the determination of the frontier between Argentina and Chile maritime jurisdiction in the area of the Beagle Channel, 22 April 1977
Act of Puerto Montt, 20 February 1978 (entry into force: 20 February 1978; registration #: 16667; registration date: 27 April 1978; link to UNTS)
Exchange of notes between Argentina and Chile constituting an agreement relating to the Final Act approving the proposals of the First Joint Commission established by the Act of Puerto Montt (with Final Act of the First Joint Commission dated on 6 April 1978), 2 May 1978 (entry into force: 2 May 1978; registration #: 16766; registration date: 15 June 1978; link to UNTS)
Act of Montevideo by which Chile and Argentina request the Holy See to act as a mediator with regard to their dispute over the Southern region and undertake not to resort to force in their mutual relations (with supplementary declaration), 8 January 1979 (entry into force: 8 January 1979; registration #: 17838; registration date: 1 June 1979; link to UNTS)
Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Chile and Argentina, 29 November 1984 (entry into force: 2 May 1985; registration #: 23392; registration date: 17 June 1985; link to UNTS)

with Ecuador and Peru

Declaration on the maritime zone, 18 August 1952 (entry into force: 18 August 1952; registration #: 14758; registration date: 12 May 1976; link to UNTS)
Agreement on the Special Maritime Boundary Zone, 4 December 1954 (entry into force: 21 September 1967; registration #: 40521; registration date: 24 August 2004; link to UNTS)

Other relevant material (see also ICJ web site)

 Chile - Peru

  Maritime Dispute (Peru v. Chile)
 
 

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