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Some of the Proposed U.N. / U.S. Bills Designed to Control the Ocean Seabeds...

ISLE is proud to have the only original known remaining copies in existance of all of the following
U.S. and U.N. Third World Law of the Seas Bills.


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DID NOT PASS

    3          95th Congress 1st Session H.R. 3652        

February 17, 1977        

"To Ensure the Development of the United States Ocean Mining Capabilities

and to support the continuation of the Law of the Seas Conference Negotiations"

DID NOT PASS

    4          95th Congress 1st Session H.R. 4582  March 7, 1977

(House of Representative Bill)      

A Bill to Promote the Orderly development of Hard Mineral Resources in the Deep Seabed pending adoption of an International Regime relating thereto.

DID NOT PASS

    5          95th Congress 1st Session H.R. 6784 

(House of Representative Bill)       April 29, 1977

To encourage and International Regime to govern the use of the Oceans and their Resources.

DID NOT PASS

    7          95th Congress House of Representative Report 95-588  Part 1

'The Deep-Seabed Minerals Act"  August 9, 1977

 

DID NOT PASS

    8          95th Congress 1st Session S. 2085 (Senate Bill)  

September 12, 1977

To encourage the Orderly development of Deep Ocean Mining and to provide for environmental regulation of such mining pending adoption and transition to an International Regime

 

DID NOT PASS

    10         95th Congress 1st Session S. 2168 (Senate Bill)    

September 30, 1977

A Bill to Promote the Orderly development of Hard Mineral Resources in the Deep Seabed pending an adoption of an International Regime relating thereto.

DID NOT PASS

    11         95th Congress 2nd Session            95-588 Part 3            

February 16, 1978    To Accompany H.R. 3350

 

The Committee on International Relations to, whom was referred the Bill H.R. 3350. To Promote the Orderly Development of Hard Mineral Resources in the Deep Seabed pending adoption of an International Regime relating thereto. The amendments to the Bill, as amended by the committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries and the committee on interior and insular affairs, which was referred to the committee on International regulations are as follows: Amendments to the Amendment of the committee on the merchant marine and fisheries.
'PASSED IN 1980'

    12         96th Congress U.S. 

1980

To Establish and Interim procedure for the Orderly Development of Hard Mineral Resources in the Deep Seabed, pending adoption of and International Regime relating thereto and for other purposes.

The Mineral Resources of the Deep Seabed are the Common Heritage of Mankind, with the expectation that this principle would be legally defined under the terms of a comprehensive International Law of the Sea Treaty yet to be agreed upon.

   
DID NOT PASS  

    14         Report of the United States Delegation to the Eleventh            

        Session of the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea   

June 1982

 

 

 

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