Administrative Sanctions in Fisheries Law: FAO Legislative Study. 82
By: P. Cacaud (author), M. Spreij (author), M. Kuruc (author)Hardback
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Fisheries law enforcement, from investigation to judgement, continues to be an expensive and lengthy process in many jurisdictions. Many countries - particularly developing countries - experience such a significant backlog of pending trials for conventional criminal offences that dealing with fisheries offences is not a priority. This study suggests considering the use of administrative sanctions as a direct response to the problem and examines the administrative systems for dealing with fisheries offences in a diverse range of countries from different legal systems. Developing states need to adopt a cost effective means of dealing with illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, but the basic individual rights of the accused must be protected.
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