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States are not obliged to maintain contiguous zones, as they are to maintain territorial seas: and unlike the continental shelf, the contiguous zone is not automatically ascribed to the coastal State. Under both 1958 and 1982 Conventions a State must choose wheatear to claim a contiguous zone, and just over one-third of coastal States have chosen to do so. Under the Territorial Sea Convention the contiguous zone could not extend more than twelve miles from the baseline (Tsc, art. 24(2)), or unless there was agreement to the contrary between the States concerned, farther than the median line equidistant from the nearest points on the baselines where two States lay opposite or adjacent to each other (Tsc, art. 24(3)).
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