By Jorge A. Vargas, University of San Diego
Mexico and the legislation of the ocean: Contributions and Compromises examines Mexicos felony paintings on the 3rd UN convention at the legislations of the ocean. the quantity makes a speciality of Mexico's involvement on the nearby Latin American conferences of Montevideo, Lima and Santo Domingo, as well as its present household legislationthe Federal Oceans Act of 1986, specifically. Readers will locate an research of the felony regime Mexico applies to marine medical study by means of international vessels, and the constitutional difficulties attributable to the shortcoming of a transparent allocation of jurisdiction over islands. Mexico and the legislations of the ocean: Contributions and Compromises emphasizes the maritime delimitation treaties Mexico entered into with the USA, Cuba, Honduras, Guatemala and Belize, and in addition contains an intensive Latin American bibliography at the legislation of the ocean.
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Dr. Acosta Romero is emphatic in asserting that the power to establish and deﬁne the constitutive elements of the Nation, and their respective boundaries, belongs exclusively to that Nation irrespective of international law. Ergo, it is the domestic law of that Nation that controls and regulates said national territory. Id. at 169. Contra César Sepúlveda. Derecho Internacional, supra note 24 at 175–188. Pursuant to Article 40 of the Political Constitution, Mexico is politically structured as a “federal, democratic and representative Republic composed of free and sovereign States in all that concerns their internal government but united in a Federation established according to the principles established” by said Constitution.
La Novísima Recopilación de las Leyes en España was an enormous legislative collection promulgated on July 15, 1805 by royal decree of the Borbon King Charles IV, prepared by the jurist Juan de la Reguera y Valdemar. Novísima Recopiliación was applied in the New Spain during the ﬁrst half of the XIX century. This collection reproduces the royal legislation between 1484 and 1567 (including the Leyes de Toro dating back to the Ley de Alcalá of 1348 known as the Nueva Recopilación) that was revised by the Royal Council and was promulgated by Felipe II on March 14, 1567.
Porrúa/UNAM (2003) at 129–38. Ley General de Bienes Nacionales (General Act of National Assets), published in the Diario Oﬁcial of May 20, 2004. Mexico and Its Territory 11 1. those mentioned in Article 27, paras. 4, 5 and 8; Article 42, para. 4, and 132 of the Political Constitution; 2. common use assets (Bienes de uso común); 3. movable and immovable assets of the federation; 4. movable and immovable assets owned by the federal entities; 5. movable and immovable assets owned by institutions of a federal character with a legal personality and patrimony; and 6.