Treasure Laws: the rules and regulations regarding exploration and recovery
Before beginning any expedition, we advise for all members to be fully informed of all the current and upcoming rules and regulations regarding exploration and recovery of valuable and archeological material and artifacts. In this section we try to provide as much material and information regarding current and upcoming rules and regulations. Of course, before beginning any endeavor, we fully advocate seeking the advice and counsel of a legal professional.
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The laws regarding the exploration, location and recovery of treasure and artifacts differ from country to country and from land recovery to marine recovery. In the United States, there are even different laws which have to be adhered to depending if the recovered items are within State waters, generally from the coastline to 3 miles off shore, or Federal waters, generally from 3 miles offshore to International waters.
Due to the belief of potential conflict between State and Federal Laws regulating the recovery of treasure and artifacts and also to empower the States to govern the rights of their own waters, this legislation was passed and set into law in 1987. Generally, this law pertains to all recoveries from the shoreline to 3 miles out to sea.
This is the body of law governing any recoveries in Federal waters which are generally from 3 miles out to sea to International waters.
This is the body of law governing any recoveries on Federal Land, such as National Parks and Indian Lands.
This is the body of law governing any recoveries in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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