Coastal Trading Law and Legal Definition
Coastal trading refers to trading of a vessel along the coast, from one port to another within the territorial limits of a country.
Coastal trading is regulated by maritime law (shipping law) of a country. Maritime law is applied when shipping occurs between one port to another within the borders or territorial waters of a country.
Legal Definition list
Related Legal Terms
- Accommodation Trading
- Affiliate of a Futures Commission Merchant, Commodity Trading Advisor, Commodity Pool Operator or Introducing Broker
- Alternative Trading System
- Anonymous Trading
- Casual Trading
- Coastal Ecosystem
- Coastal Energy Activity
- Coastal Environment
- Coastal Fishery Management Plan
- Coastal Fishery Resource