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Oil in Navigable Waters Act, 1964 🇬🇭


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Republic of Ghana


The two hundred and thirty-fifth

Act

of the parliament of the republic of ghana
entitled

Oil in Navigable Waters Act, 1964

  • Published by Government Gazette on (exact date unavailable)
  • Assented to on 6 August 1964
  • Commenced on (exact date unavailable)
AN ACT to enable effect to be given to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil, 1954, and otherwise to make new provision for preventing the pollution of the sea and of navigable waters by oil, and to provide for related matters.
“WHEREAS the Government of Ghana deposited a document of acceptance with the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organisation in London on 17th May, 1962, for a convention entitled ‘The International Convention for the Prevention of the Pollution of the Sea by Oil, 1954’ (in this Act referred to as ‘the Convention of 1954’):

1. Discharge of certain oils into prohibited sea areas

(1)If an oil to which this section applies is discharged from a ship registered in the…

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