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Paragraphs in "Agreement Creating The Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishing Organization" coded as DISP

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Art.21 Article 21 Enforcement
Art.21.1 1. The Executive Secretary shall promptly inform each State Party hereto, of the names of the vessels to which fishing access record forms have been issued, as well as the seas within 200 miles of the coastlines of coastal States Parties in which said permits are valid.
Art.21.2 2. Each coastal member State shall enforce the application measures set out in the present Agreement, in the seas adjacent to and within 200 miles of its coastline, according to its own domestic laws.
Art.21.3 3. Supervision and control of any vessel within the present Agreement's area of application and corresponding to the high seas, shall be the responsibility of the State under whose flag the vessel operates.
Art.21.4 4. When carrying out supervisory responsibilities of conservation measures with respect to vessels of another Member State, on account of violations of sea rights within 200 miles of their coastlines, the coastal state shall adopt the following measures:
Art.21.4.a A. As soon as any enforcement or supervision measure be taken, immediately notify the State under whose flag the vessel operates, through diplomatic channels, as well as the Executive Secretary.
Art.21.4.b B. Withdraw fish, but only in ports, from the holds of vessels of other member States.
Art.21.5 5. Inspections on board shall be carried out expeditiously with a minimum of interference in fishing operations and involving the least possible risk to vessel and crew.
Art.21.6 6. The Member States shall adopt the necessary internal legislative measures for complying with their supervisory responsibilities under this Agreement, and shall cooperate in establishing a uniform system of sanctions and other penalties.
Art.22 Article 22 Sanctions
Art.22.1 1. The Governing Board shall encourage member States to adopt a uniform system of sanctions and penalties for violations of the conservation measures agreed upon in this Agreement, applicable within their jurisdiction.
Art.22.2 2. The States Parties hereto shall in this respect apply legal measures and regulations established at domestic level for exercising their sovereign rights over the exploration, exploitation, conservation and management of species set out in Attachment (2) in the seas adjacent to and within 200 miles of coastal States pursuant to the international Law of the Seas.
Art.22.3 3. At the end of each year, Member States shall inform the Organization through its Secretariat of the number and nature of measures they have adopted within the Agreement's area of application.
Art.22.4 4. Should a vessel be detained or seized, this, together with its crew, shall be freed promptly upon compliance with each state's rulings applicable in such case.
Art.33 Article 33 Controversy
Art.33.1 1. Any and all controversy relating to the application of the present Agreement that is not resolved among the interested member states, shall be submitted at the petition of any party to the controversy, to an ad-hoc conciliation system established for this purpose by the Governing Board.
Art.33.2 2. Should the controversy not be resolved through the application of said procedure, recourse may be made to any other peaceful means foreseen in international law for resolving disputes.