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MONACO

Updated 16 January 2009

Legislation

 Sovereign Ordinance No. 5094 delimiting the Territorial Waters of Monaco, of 14 February 1973
 Act No. 1,198 of 27 March 1998 containing the Code of the Sea

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with France

 Exchange of letters on settlement of problems concerning the delimitation of Monegasque territorial waters constituting an agreement relating to article 4 of the Treaty of 17 July 1918 establishing the relations of France with the Principality of Monaco, 18 May 1963 (entry into force: 18 May 1963; registration #: 26261; registration date: 4 November 1988; link to UNTS)
 Convention on Maritime Delimitation Agreement between the Government of His Most Serene Highness the Prince of Monaco and the Government of the French Republic (with map), 16 February 1984 (entry into force: 22 August 1985; registration #: 23631; registration date: 22 November 1985; link to UNTS)
 

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