Shipping

Shipping

- Constitution of Hong Kong

Section 3: Shipping

Article 124
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall maintain Hong Kong's previous systems of shipping management and shipping regulation, including the system for regulating conditions of seamen.
The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall, on its own, define its specific functions and responsibilities in respect of shipping.
Article 125
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall be authorized by the Central People's Government to continue to maintain a shipping register and issue related certificates under its legislation, using the name "Hong Kong, China".
Article 126
With the exception of foreign warships, access for which requires the special permission of the Central People's Government, ships shall enjoy access to the ports of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in accordance with the laws of the Region.
Article 127
Private shipping businesses and shipping-related businesses and private container terminals in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region may continue to operate freely.

Constitution of Hong Kong

Preamble
General Principles
Authorities and Administrative Region
Fundamental Rights and Duties
Political Structure
The Chief Executive
The Executive Authorities
The Legislature
The Judiciary
District Organizations
Public Servants
Economy
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Civil Aviation
Education Science Culture and Social Services
External Affairs
Interpretation and Amendment of the Basic Law
Supplementary Provisions
Selection of the Chief
Formation of the Legislative Council
Laws to be Applied in the Hong Kong
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