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DEN 332 - Maritime and Labor Law

Course Objectives

1-To teach the basic concepts and details of Law and Maritime Law, 2- To teach the basic concepts of Labour Law and Maritime Labour Law, 3- To introduce international maritime conventions and organizations and to teach their details.

Course Description

Law branches, sources of law; Maritime Law and Maritime Public Law, branches,
sources, historical development and specifications; Main international
conventions regarding International Law of the Sea; Internal waters and
territorial sea, international straits, contiguous zone, continental shelf, exclusive
economic zone definitions and characteristics; Legal status of the Turkish Straits
and Montreux Convention 1936; Regulations regarding marine pollution and
importance; Main organizations of maritime sector, IMO and fundamental
conventions of IMO; Obligation, liability and fault at main law; Expert
responsibility of a Shipbuilding or Ocean Engineer; Ship, Ship’s seaworthiness,
port of registry, Registrations; Captain (Master), definition, duties, authorizations
and liabilities of master; Ship-owner, disponent owner and liabilities; Maritime
trade contracts (hire-time carter and contract of carriage by sea); Carrier, rights
and liabilities; Accidents at sea, collision, salvage, general average Sources of
Turkish Labour and Maritime Labour Law and International Conventions for
Seafarers. Employment Contracts International Seafarer’s (Seaman) Rights and

Course Coordinator
İsmail Hakkı Helvacıoğlu
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