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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Updated 16 January 2009

Legislation

 Act No. 186 of 13 September 1967 on the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf (repealed and replaced by Law 66-07)
 Act No. 573 of 1 April 1977 (amending Act No. 186 of 13 September 1967 on the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf ) (repealed and replaced by Law 66-07)
 Law 66-07 of 22 May 2007 (proclaiming archipelagic status of the Dominican Republic and containing the lists of geographical coordinates of points for drawing the archipelagic baselines and the outer limits of the exclusive economic zone) (see Law of the Sea Bulletin no. 65)

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Colombia

 Agreement on delimitation of marine and submarine areas and maritime co-operation between the Republic of Colombia and the Dominican Republic (with map), 13 January 1978 

with Venezuela

 Treaty on the delimitation of marine and submarine areas between the Republic of Venezuela and the Dominican Republic, 3 March 1979

Additional relevant material

 Text of a joint demarche undertaken by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  and the United States of America in relation to the law of the Dominican Republic number 66-07 of 22 May 2007, done on 18 October 2007 (Law of the Sea Bulletin no. 66)

 


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