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It is known that the subjects of maritime pollution, because of its international extensions and extensive environmental damage that this consequences, are regulated by International Conventions and basically by the International Convention MARPOL 1973, which was ratified (with its protocol of 1978) by the law 1269/1982. However, these regulations were judged in European Union level as insufficient. Thus began from the European Union an effort for creation of a European regulating frame,doi:10.5539/ilr.v1n1p73 fatcat:nvsk5dedpzgz3fliv2tofhtckm