Port and harbour authorities are under increasing pressure from Government to take a leadership role in managing safety, security and environmental issues within their jurisdictions.

Most port and harbour authorities have statutory powers to regulate activities within their area and the exercise of these powers has the capacity to bring those authorities into conflict with a range of stakeholders, including contractors, waterfront land-owners, mooring holders and harbour users in general.

Dorade Law acts for a broad range of clients within the ports and harbours sector and usually represents port or harbour authorities and marina or yard operators, rather than individual boat-owners.

SERVICES FOR PORTS & HARBOURS
Governing Legislation
GOVERNING LEGISLATION

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Regulatory Powers
REGULATORY POWERS

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Other Legal Issues
OTHER LEGAL ISSUES

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