An Analysis of the Responsible Parties of Inland Waters Oil Spill Damages

Fei TANG

Abstract


This paper mainly discusses the determination of the responsible parties of inland waters oil spill damages. Firstly, the article enumerates the legislative pattern of the regulations on inland waters pollution as well as comparison of the various paradigms. Secondly, it analysis the pollution sources which resulting in the inland waters oil spill. Finally, the article discussed the methods of determination of responsible parties in various inland waters oil spill accidents according to China’s tort liability law and relevant laws and regulations.

Keywords


Inland water; Oil spill; Responsibility subject

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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