Innocent passage, right of
Filed Under: International Law; Maritime Law
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A right of passage without prior authorization enjoyed by the vessels of all states through the territorial sea of a coastal state; to be innocent, passage must constitute a direct transit through the territorial sea punctuated only by temporary layovers that are incidental to passage in accordance with standard navigational practices.